GIS Day 2010 – Celebration Geo Technology

Once again it’s another GIS Day, a celebration of GIS and geospatial technologies, which also coincides with Geography Awareness Week

About GIS Day…

GIS Day provides an international forum for users of geographic information systems (GIS) technology to demonstrate real-world applications that are making a difference in our society.

More than 80 countries will participate in holding local events such as corporate open houses, hands-on workshops, community expos, school assemblies, and more.

About GAW…

The National Geographic Society has sponsored Geography Awareness Week since 1987 to promote geographic literacy in schools, communities, and organizations, with a focus on the education of children. GIS Day is held on the Wednesday during Geography Awareness Week.

Related Weblinks:

http://www.mywonderfulworld.org/gaw.html

http://gisday.com

http://twitter.com/gis_day 

GIS Day faebook page – http://www.facebook.com/gisday

See also Twitter hashtag #GISday (you may also try #gis_day)

Please tell us about your GIS Day events! Send to info at gisuser dot com

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