Welcome to Brandeis Library's guide for Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The tabs on the left side of the page are suggested starting points for your research.
Please reach out to me if you need help with your research, GIS software, finding data, basic map design, etc. My contact information is on the left side of the page, beneath the navigation. Feel free to email or make a Zoom appointment with me.
Brandeis Library provides research and instructional support for students, faculty, and staff who're interested in integrating geographic information systems (GIS) software and geospatial data into their research.
Our GIS support services are limited to current Brandeis students, faculty, and staff.
Content adapted from NYU Libraries GIS guide.
Brandeis Library offers free workshops for members of the Brandeis community. We currently offer GIS workshops on the following tools: ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro, QGIS, R and ggplot, and Social Explorer.
If you can't make it to one of our scheduled workshops, you can submit a request for an ArcGIS, Social Explorer, QGIS, or R workshop. We can tailor the workshop to your discipline(s) or teach a general workshop. We just ask that there are 3 or more people interested in attending the session.