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View Resource Tutorial on using HEC-GeoRAS with ArcGIS 9.3

This tutorial is designed to expose users to basic functions in HEC-GeoRAS for pre- and/or post-processing of GIS data and HEC-RAS results for flood inundation mapping using ArcGIS. It is expected that you are familiar with HEC-RAS and ArcGIS. If users want to get into details of HEC-GeoRAS that are not covered in this tutorial, they should refer to the HEC-GeoRAS users manual.

View Resource Assessment and Evaluation of GIScience Curriculum using the Geographic Information Science and Technology Body of Knowledge

Academic institutions are increasingly being held accountable for the quality of education which is, in turn, leading to an increased emphasis on curriculum assessment. This is especially true of geographic information science & technology (GIS&T), in which a rapidly growing profession demands that educational programs produce highly qualified graduates. In response to these demands, the...

View Resource Introduction to the ArcGIS Server Adobe FLEX API

The term Rich Internet Applications or RIAs has become synonymous with Web 2.0 applications. But what are Rich Internet Applications? RIAs provide desktop functionality in a web application. They are engaging, interactive, and expressive applications with easy to use interfaces. RIAs provide increased productivity to end users. There is no waiting for full-page reloading after user actions....

View Resource VM Ware Deployment Guide for ArcGIS

This deployment guide describes the best practices for running a typical ESRI ArcGIS® Server deployment on VMware® Infrastructure. It provides basic guidance on the architectural design of an ArcGIS deployment and the value of utilizing the VMware platform to provide virtual infrastructure. It then discusses results of recent testing conducted jointly by VMware and ESRI characterizing the p...

View Resource Whitepaper: History of Community College Programs

This is a white paper on the history of geospatial education at two-year colleges in the United States. The paper addresses the history of the field from the 1980s to present. The document also looks at how GIS education fits into the larger community college landscape and discusses particulars of some established programs.

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