Join us to learn more about GIS in Savannah…

GIS Day Savannah is an annual event to introduce GIS technology and other geospatial sciences to our local school children and promote the capabilities and use of GIS to the general business community. GIS Day is celebrated internationally as part of National Geographic’s International Geography Week. SAGIS and the sponsors of this event are proud to invite Chatham County middle school students to the morning program, with area business owners, staff, GIS users, and local citizens invited to attend the afternoon session.  Students and citizens will have the chance to see GIS in action in our community.  This year marks  Savannah’s eighth GIS Day event, so please join with us in the celebration and become part of this annual tradition:

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Savannah State University


FREE GIS software for all schools!

Esri, the world’s leading developer of geographic information system (GIS) software, has offered a free ArcGIS Online account to all K-12 schools in the United States. ConnectED is a government education program developed to prepare K-12 students throughout the United States for digital learning opportunities and future employment. The Initiative sets four goals to establish digital learning in all K-12 schools in the United States during the next few years. These goals include: high-speed connectivity to the internet, access to affordable mobile devices to facilitate digital learning anytime, anywhere, high-quality software that provides multiple learning opportunities for students, and relevant teacher training to support this effort. Responding to President Barack Obama’s call to help strengthen STEM education through the ConnectED Initiative, Esri president Jack Dangermond announced today that Esri will provide a grant to make its advanced mapping software running on cloud infrastructure provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) available for free to the more than 100,000 elementary, middle, and high schools in the United

States. For the full press release, click here.


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Another successful GIS Day Savannah in the books!

We had over 400 students and another 100 adults participate in GIS Day this year!  Roughly half submitted their birth city for the  GIS Day 2013 Birth Place Map  representing 5 continents, 10 countries, 32 states and 86 cities.  Thank you once again to our fabulous sponsors: Savannah State University,  Georgia Power, Spatial Engineering, Photo Science, Savannah Multi-List Corporation, Thomas & Hutton, Ecological Planning Group, Davey Resource Group, Pictometry, Georgia Southern University, US Army Corps of Engineers, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, NOAA Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary, Jenkins High School of Engineering & Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, Chatham County, City of Savannah Government, Bryan County GIS, the Chatham County-Savannah Metropolitan Planning Commission, and SAGIS!