New Course: Building Web 2.0 Mapping Applications with ArcGIS Server and Google Maps
The first session of this course will be delivered via the web starting October 20th and ending November 21st. Save 15% ($100) on this course when you register before September 5th.
This is an instructor guided course taught in a Virtual GIS Classroom using the same technologies implemented by colleges and universities around the world to deliver Internet based courses. Our new Virtual GIS Classroom blends the best of instructor led and e-learning formats into a new instructor led web based format that allows for more interactivity between the instructor and student, and between students.
This is an Internet delivered course that allows you to proceed through the materials at your own pace. There is NOT any particular time when you must be logged into the course. However, you will have access to the course instructor via chat sessions, discussion boards, and by phone.
- Web 2.0 Concepts Applied to GIS
- Basic ArcGIS Server Concepts
- Programming the Google Maps API
- Integrating ArcGIS Server with Google Maps
To obtain a full length syllabus for the course please contact eric at geospatialtraining.com
Who Should Attend?
This course is geared toward all levels of GIS professionals who need to create Rich Internet GIS Applications. No programming experience is necessary though it is helpful to have some knowledge and or experience of programming concepts.
We have room for a minimum of 4 students and a maximum of 12 students.
October 20th – November 21st – 2008
For more information please contact GeoSpatial Training Services at 210-260-4992 or eric at geospatialtraining.com