ESRI User’s Conference is online and available to all WashU GIS Users

The ESRI User’s Conference is an annual event held in San Diego that attracts GIS users from across the world.  This year, the sessions will be delivered virtually and all WashU students, faculty, and staff are able to register for “All Access” and participate for free.  The content ranges from Jack Dangermond’s annual address highlighting the important work done by users everywhere, to task-focused talks and technical sessions demonstrating basic and advanced workflows and new software features.

If you use ESRI’s ArcGIS software, this event will be of interest…and if you are just curious about what GIS is used for, register to watch Jack’s address during the “Plenary Session” and you will gain a better understanding of how this cross-cutting technology is used in a wide range of disciplines and impacts much of our daily lives. 

You can register for the conference (remember it is free for WashU community members) here. If you are prompted for your ‘Customer Number’ use 17741.  Please contact Data Services if you have any questions. 

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Bill is a GIS Analyst at Washington University's Olin Library. He can be reached by email: