Information Technology for GIS- 3 credits. Study of servers, networks, system administration, object-relational database design/management, the spatial database engine, and web services. The course uses traditional lecture along with demonstrations and hands-on exercises. Review the course syllabus.

Prerequisites: Principles of GIS (g4403 or g5503) or instructor approval.

While I am making PowerPoint presentations available these do not represent all class materials.

1-Understanding Networks (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
2-Understanding Servers (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
3-System Administration (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
5-Understanding RDBMS (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
6-Introduction to IBM DB2 UDB (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
7-Object Oriented Design (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
8-Object Relational database design(PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
9-Enterprise GDB(PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
10-ArcGIS Server(PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
11-Spatial SQL(PPT) (PDF) (ZIP) ---
12-Building a WebMap Application (PDF) (ZIP) ---
13-Delivering Actionable Information (PPT) (PDF) (ZIP)
15-Cloud computing and GIS (PDF) (ZIP)
To schedule an appointment please e-mail me or call 208.282.2757.