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The theme for our 2014 conference is “Mapping a Difference”. Presentations that will tell stories about where GIS is Mapping (Making) a Difference across Indiana. How are GIS mapping initiatives; from the small to the large, and from local, regional to statewide – making a difference in our communities’ infrastructure, services, safety, health, economy, efficiencies and in our lives?

We hope to see everyone back with us again this year in Indianapolis for two days of……

  • Networking - Meet with other Indiana GIS professionals and leaders in the GIS industry

  • Hands on and classroom workshops - Get in-depth instruction and hands on experience taught by GIS experts.

  • Inspiring presentations - Learn new techniques and how GIS is changing the state.

  • Vendor Booths and Sponsorship opportunities - Showcase your products and services and show your support to Indiana’s GIS community.


This year we have packed in over 60 outstanding presentations into this two-day event, including the following featured presentations:

  • 8:30 am Wednesday morning we open our 2014 Annual GIS Conference with our featured Keynote Speaker, Indiana’s Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann.

  • At Wednesday’s Lunch Session we have two featured speakers – IGIC’s 2014 President, Dave Estes from Allen County, and our second Keynote Speaker Jim Poyser, Executive Director, Earth Charter Indiana.

  • Our Wednesday evenings Vendor Reception is shaping up to be unlike anything we have ever done before. All we will say right now is that you must be present to win!

  • Back by popular demand this year we will also include two CLUSTERS of IGNITE presentations. The first will be at Wednesday’s General Session led by Indiana’s Geographic Information Officer Jim Sparks, and the second at Thursday’s General Session led by IGIC’s Executive Director Phil Worrall.

  • Finally, at Thursday’s Lunch Session, IGIC will present all of our 2014 Annual GIS Awards and Poster Awards!


For more Information: http://www.igic.org/conference/
The 2013 Indiana GIS Conference runs Tuesday and Wednesday, May 7-8 in Muncie, home of Ball State University. We are planning both educational and social activities for the Monday before the conference (morning, afternoon and evening) but we need your input!

Please take a moment to tell us which activities interest you by filling out a quick survey at http://survey.indygov.org/2013igicstraw1 .

Your feedback directly impacts conference planning, so tell us what you want to see at your GIS conference!
What make it a good GIS Conference? You tell us!

The Conference Committee is already planning for next year's event, taking place May 7-8 in Muncie, Indiana. But we need your help. What events are the most important for you? What types of presentations or workshops are most relevant to you? Which networking events are most useful?

This is YOUR conference, and YOUR opinions matter.

Visit http://survey.indygov.org/2013igic to help us make your 2013 conference all it can be.
The call for abstracts for the 2013 Indiana GIS Conference is now open! This is your chance to share your technical expertise, crow about a fantastic project, highlight new applications for GIS, or walk your colleagues through your solution to a tricky geospatial problem.

This year speakers will receive discounted registration for the conference, taking place May 7-8, 2013 in Muncie, Indiana.

Deadline for submission if January 11, 2013.

Visit www.igic.org/conference for more information.
IGIC will be holding its third annual Golf Scramble this year at the Martinsville Golf Club on May 7th in conjunction with the Indiana GIS Conference. It will be chance to network, take in a few springtime rounds, and help raise funds for IGIC!

More info at www.igic.org/events/golf
Are you planning to attend the Annual Indiana GIS Conference in May? Bring us a poster! Show off one of your projects or processes in a no-pressure, non-competition format. If you’re interested in participating, contact jdubeansky@igic.org for details.
Have you solved a thorny problem, worked on an outstanding project, or just have some great GIS news? Share it with the Indiana GIS community at the Indiana GIS Conference May 8-9, 2012!

Presenters receive discounted conference rates, GISP points, and the glowing admiration of their peers.

Visit www.igic.org/conference for more information.
Register today for the 2011 Indiana GIS Conference. This year’s line-up includes a return of the Birds-of-a-Feather Breakfast, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities and seminars to keep you in the loop for the rest of the year. This is your chance to meet and talk with more than 300 of your GIS colleagues, learn more about what’s happening around the state and beyond.

Take advantage of Early Bird pricing to save on one or two-day registration options.

Indiana GIS Conference
March 1-2, 2011
Horizon Convention Center
Muncie, IN


For more information, or to register, visit www.igic.org/conference
2011 indiana gis conference


Have you been working hard all year on a really great project? Have you found a technical solution to a difficult question? Have you learned something from your community of users? Come share your experience at the Indiana 2011 Annual GIS Conference!!!

This is your conference - attendees like you want to hear from users like you! It is Indiana’s best opportunity to learn, share, and network with other Indiana GIS professionals!

The deadline for submission is November 12th.

Learn more at www.igic.org.




Did you attend the 2010 Indiana GIS Conference this yer? We would love to hear what you thought about it! Please take a moment to fill out a brief survey at:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/J693KYR.

Comments from past surveys have resulted in changes to the location, events and even the menu! So please, let us know what YOU want to see at next year's conference in Muncie.


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