First Call for Papers | UGIC 2017

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Utah Geographic Information Council (UGIC) is now accepting abstract submissions for breakout presentations at the 2017 UGIC Conference. We are proud of the excellent work being done by geospatial professionals in Utah. The UGIC Conference provides an excellent venue  to tell your story. Your content doesn’t have to be ground breaking work and you don’t have to be a polished presenter.  This is a conference of laid-back geo-geeks happy to be away from their office for a few days.

The strength of our grassroots GIS organizations is found in users helping users as we all become better at what we do. We would like to hear from a variety of colleagues: public and private sectors, tribal, federal, state, and local governments, educators, managers, innovators, beginners, students, experts, and everywhere in between. We want to hear from YOU!

Everyone is busy and nobody loves public speaking, but sharing your work with the community is worthwhile both for you and for all UGIC members.  All of us can think of a time where a conference presentation gave us a great idea or a new perspective on our work.  So please make the sacrifice to prepare somthing to share with your friends a UGIC.  Especially if you have never presented before!

Types of Presentations

  • 5-10 minute ‘micro-talks’
  • 20-minute breakout sessions
  • 40-minute breakout sessions
  • 90-minute workshops

Conference Tracks

  • 3D Mapping and Planning
  • Asset Management
  • Cartography
  • Coding, Scripting and Automation
  • Conservation
  • Emergency Management
  • Innovation
  • LiDAR and Remote Sensing
  • Local Government
  • GIS and Engineering
  • GIS and Surveying
  • GIS for Beginners
  • GIS for Education
  • GIS for Managers
  • Policy
  • Tips, Tricks and Overlooked Features
  • Vendor Showcase
  • Web Based GIS
  • Other

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Author(s) / Presenter(s) Names
  • Brief Bio of the Presenter(s)
  • Presentation Title
  • Presentation Length (micro, 20, 40, 90 minute)
  • Presentation Abstract (Brief description of presentation)
  • Keywords or Tags
  • Track Preference
  • Any Special Accommodations Needed
  • Preferred Schedule

Thanks!
UGIC Board

 

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