State of the Lab Fall 2021
The SAL (Sabin-Reed 104) is open during the Clark Science Center hours – Monday-Friday 7am-6pm, and any Smith student, staff, or faculty with a valid OneCard has card access Monday-Friday 6pm-11pm and weekends 8am-10pm. The Lab is fully in-person use, please check the calendar for when classes/labs are in session. You're welcome to quietly work on any open computers. Any remote access needs should be directed to email@example.com. Check out the Calendar for upcoming events, and subscribe to the mapmonsters listserv for SAL updates (email firstname.lastname@example.org). Please get in touch for inquiries beyond the scope of the FAQ. The fall GIS class at Smith is ENV/GEO150 Modeling Our World: Intro to GIS, and there are several offerings at UMass.
beyond the Map
The Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL) teaches with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) across academic divisions and engages communities of practice at Smith and beyond. We promote spatial literacy and the creative processes in critical map-making, through the use of GIS and related technologies like Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing, and drones.
WHAT WE DO...
NEW FROM THE BLOG...
- Address Geocoding: Mapping the Jandon Center Community Partners November 12, 2021
- Fall into a Tofurkey November 4, 2021
- Summer 2021 GIS Reflections September 23, 2021
- Art in the Time of COVID: Exploring Smith College’s Outdoor Art Collection June 1, 2021
- Spring 2021 Workshops March 3, 2021