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Geography deals with the description, distribution, and interaction of the diverse physical, biological, and cultural features of the earth.

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GIS Tutorials

There are many ways to learn GIS! For-credit courses in GIS are offered through the Department of Geography and the O'Neill School, and the library offers a in-person workshop series call Cartoshop each semester. You can find past Cartoshop workshop materials and recordings in the Cartoshop Workshops tab. If self-paced learning is more your style, these resources can help you get started and perform specific tasks using GIS.