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On-Demand Training Course: The Importance of Mapping Cultural Resources (National Preservation Institute)
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Contributed By: National Preservation Institute
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Website: https://training.npi.org/courses/the-importance-of-mapping-cultural-resources

The Importance of Mapping Cultural Resources
Instructor: Deidre McCarthy, GISP
Free 60-minute, on-demand training course

Mapping cultural resources expands traditional documentation means. Review why the use of geographic information systems (GIS) are important to cultural resource management, inventory creation, and compliance with historic preservation legislation. Examine available data sources and the sharing and securing of cultural resource spatial data. Consider GIS tools that assist in historic preservation work, including story maps, mobile GIS applications, and integrating historic maps, LiDAR, and GPS.

• Click here for a list of available online training offerings.
• Sample a FREE training module.
• Register for individual modules or take advantage of discounted "bundle" pricing for a series.
• On-demand courses are accessible for up to one year from the date of enrollment.
• Discounts are available for registering four or more participants in individual (non-bundled) courses—contact us for more information.
• Scholarships may be available.
• Consider how a hybrid combination of on-demand and customized webinar might meet your organization’s training needs.

Look for updates on training options at www.npi.org and on Facebook. Check back with us often and sign up to receive email notices if you are not already receiving them.

For further information contact Jere Gibber, Executive Director, National Preservation Institute, 703.765.0100, info@npi.org.


Posted: August 17, 2021
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