Bulletin Report – GIS Days 2022
The culmination of 3 years of virtual, collaborative, GIS Days
GIS Day was a small, local offering dependent on individual institutions, until the COVID-19 pandemic prompted a wealth of online events. After 3 years of successive development, 2022 saw this event span multiple days and reach beyond Western University to institutions across Canada. The planning process, events, and outcome are here described as inspiration for future events by interested parties, and to acknowledge the work of those involved while simultaneously promoting the current work in GIS being undertaken and potential future directions for event organizers.
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