The Connecticut GIS Network is a voluntary association of individuals and organizations that use GIS-based technologies and data. The Network's purpose is to connect users, learn about GIS activities, explore collaborations and discover information resources - all of which promote a dynamic and innovative community of GIS users. The Network is not affiliated with commercial software, data or service providers. Membership is free and is open to all.
- CT GIS Day 2019 News!Save the Date! Wednesday, November 13 is GIS Day, here in Connecticut and across the globe. This year, the CT GIS Network will be holding our annual event at Eastern CT State University (83 Windham Street, Willimantic, CT 06226). The event is free and open to the public and will begin at 8 AM and […]
- CT GIS Day 2018CT GIS Day 2018 at the Hartford Public Library Thank you for joining us on Wednesday, November 14 at the Hartford Public Library for Connecticut GIS Day. The event was a huge success! The CT GIS Network wishes to congratulate the students of A.I. Prince Technical High School for winning the 2018 CT GIS Day […]
- LOGO DESIGN CONTESTCalling all GIS Artists! The CT GIS Network is hosting a logo design contest! Our website (www.ctgis.uconn.edu), and our social media pages could use a logo that will identify us as a professional organization. We don’t have specific design criteria, only those that make sense (ie: State of CT outline, not California 😊) Format: High […]
GIS Day 2019
CT GIS Day will be held Wednesday, November 13th at Eastern CT State University. Check out our GIS Day page for more info and to register!
CT Maps Competition
The CT GIS Network is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 CT Maps Competition for middle and high school students. Congratulations to Madelyn Malinowski of The Marvelwood School in Kent, CT for winning the top prize in the high school division for her story map, Birding the Audrey & Robert Tobin Preserve. Aryan Pandalai of the Scofield Magnet Middle School in Stamford, CT won the middle school division with Water Quality of the Rippowam River. Visit the CT Maps Competition page to view entries from the top award winners in both divisions.