Events & Training Roundup — December 2018

December 6, 2018 Anneliese Sanghara

Have you registered for the last webinar of the year? How can you get a jumpstart on new year training? Get a snapshot of upcoming events and training courses in the December Events & Training Roundup.

Esri Canada User Conferences (Spring)

London User Conference
London, ON
April 2 – Four Points by Sheraton

Thunder Bay User Conference
Thunder Bay, ON
April 10 – Valhalla Inn

Winnipeg User Conference
Winnipeg, MB
April 17 – RBC Convention Centre

Quebec City User Conference
Quebec City, QC
May 1 – QC Convention Centre

Calgary User Conference
Calgary, AB
May 15 – BMO Centre

Victoria User Conference
Victoria, BC
May 23 – Victoria Conference Centre

Kelowna User Conference
Kelowna, BC
June 5 – Four Points by Sheraton

Why should you join the 4,000+ geographic information system (GIS) professionals who attend the Esri Canada User Conference across the country each year? Hear the reasons directly from the people whose opinions matter the most: our attendees and exhibitors. Learn more and register at esri.ca/uc

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Esri Canada Webinars

I Didn’t Know You Could Do That!
December 13, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Have you ever been working with a piece of software and stumbled across some functionality that you didn’t know existed? Back by popular demand, staff in a variety of roles at Esri Canada will share tips and tricks they’ve learned about ArcGIS software that you probably didn’t know existed.

Esri Canada UC Recap
January 17, 1 – 2 pm (ET)
Esri Canada’s User Conferences are a popular way for our user community to discover exciting developments in GIS. But we know that not everyone can attend in person. Now we’re giving you a second chance! Join Chris North, Director of Industry Solutions, as he hosts a condensed version of our conference plenary session.

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Esri Webinars

Public Safety Webinar Series

Leveraging GIS for School Safety
December 12, 9 – 10 am (PT)

Urban Search and Rescue Teams Use GIS for Real-Time Data Collection
December 19, 9 – 10 am (PT)

Distributed GIS: Collaboration for Increased Resilience
January 3, 9 – 10 am (PT)

Training

Building Geodatabases
Master essential geodatabase concepts and acquire the skills you need to create a geodatabase, add data to it and model the real-world spatial relationships inherent to your data. You will learn how to take advantage of geodatabase features that ensure the integrity of your GIS data over time.

Deploying and Maintaining a Multiuser Geodatabase
Prepare to successfully create a multiuser geodatabase to store and manage your organization's geographic data. Learn about the multiuser geodatabase architecture, configuration options and techniques to efficiently load data, assign user privileges and maintain performance over time.

Distributing Data Using Geodatabase Replication
This course teaches best practices to plan and implement geodatabase replication to support multiuser editing workflows and data-sharing initiatives. Learn how to protect the integrity and performance of your production database while meeting the needs of desktop, mobile and online users.

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About the Author

Anneliese Sanghara

Anneliese Sanghara is a Marketing Communications Coordinator with Esri Canada. As part of this role, she reviews and develops content for the company’s various marketing channels and provides support for several communications programs. Along with her Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, Anneliese attained a Master of Professional Communication from Ryerson University. Her many teachers and mentors sparked her passion for strategy, writing and design. In her spare time, Anneliese enjoys exploring the city, honing her culinary skills and volunteering.

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