Mobile GIS Applications Development: Home

What is GIS?

The USGS defines GIS is a computer system capable of capturing, storing, analyzing, and displaying geographically referenced information; that is, data identified according to location. Practitioners also define a GIS as including the procedures, operating personnel, and spatial data that go into the system.

Welcome to GIS Library Resources

Select from the tabs across the top of this guide for online books, journals and websites that are excellent sources of GIS information. 
  
Access to digital resources found in this guide is available from both on and off campus to current University students and faculty. For remote (off-campus) access to the library databases and e-resources, login using your My LIU username and password (the same Username and Password used for accessing e-mail). For more information contact the Circulation Department directly at 516-299-2303.
 
Full-Text articles unavailable in the Library's electronic databases or Periodicals Department may be requested through ILLiad, the Library's Interlibrary Loan Service.

LIU's Advanced Certificate in Mobile GIS Applications Development

Interested in the Mobile GIS Program?

Full desription of the Mobile GIS Apps Development Program at LIU
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With specific questions, contact one of the following program instructors:

Patrick Kennelly - Patrick.Kennelly@liu.edu
Chris League - Christopher.League@liu.edu
Gavi Nara - Gavi.Narra@liu.edu
Kiichi Takeuchi - Kiichi.Takeuchi@liu.edu