UW_GIS_L for ESRI software use support

The UW-GIS-L listserv is an open, unmoderated e-mail list for discussion of issues relating to Spatial Information Technology, GIS, and Remote Sensing. Any issues related to GIS can be discussed, such as

  • "How do I ...,"
  • "Where can I find ...,"
  • "What do I need to do ...,"
  • "Here's a tip I would like to share ..."

Topics may include discussion of hardware, software, and data.

The listserv will also be the main method of announcing software arrivals/updates at the University of Washington.

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