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Instruction - Research support - Data - Cyberinfrastructure



​Are you new to GIS and don't know where to start?
We have created a resource guide that details the resources available to you at Clemson as well as a learning path to master the fundamentals of GIS.



Our workshops provide hands-on training in geospatial technologies. From an introduction to GIS to advanced spatial analysis, our hands-on workshops are tailored to fit your needs.
Training for specific disciplines is also available on-demand.



Our GIS staff has put together a list of virtual resources that will help you succeed while you are working remotely.
Includes information on how to access GIS software, virtual training, data sources, and more.

Schedule a consultation!

We provide effective guidance to enable researchers to master geospatial technologies.

Our consultants can help you with any part of your project. From software installation to data research, project management and web mapping, we can help guide your research from beginning to end.


To be eligible for this service, you must attend our Introduction to GIS workshop or have previous experience. You can attend our office hours or make an appointment.



Office Hours are offered online and in person at the following times and days:

  • Mondays, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Wednesdays, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

  • Thursdays, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


OnlineContact us for link to join us online.

In-person: CCGT staff will be physically available at Cooper 412, Barre Hall 2005, and Barre Hall 2013.

If you cannot attend our office hours, click here to make a virtual appointment.

Meet Gigi!
Upcoming Workshops
Our GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series will continue to be online this Summer on Tuesdays and Fridays, 1:30pm - 4:30pm. To earn certificate hours, assignments are due at 1pm before the next workshop.

1. Introduction to GIS 

Tuesday, May 14

2. GIS Data Creation & Management 

Friday, May 17

3. Working with Tabular Data in GIS 

Tuesday, May 21

4. Basic Spatial Analysis

Friday, May 24

5. Intermediate Spatial Analysis 

Tuesday, May 28

6. Introduction to Spatial Statistics

Friday, May 31

7. Interactive Maps, Dashboards, & Story Maps 

Tuesday, June 4

8. Field Data Collection with GIS  

Friday, June 7

9. Using and Visualizing LiDAR in GIS: Fundamentals and Applications

Tuesday, June 11

10. GIS Analysis with High-Resolution Imagery from 

Friday, June 14

11. GeoAI: Machine Learning & Deep Learning with GIS 

Tuesday, June 18

12. Drones for Geospatial Applications

Friday, June 21



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