South Central Arc User Group


Established 1990

EVENTS

Upcoming events

    • 01 Jul 2018
    • 30 Jun 2019
    • ONLINE
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    2018-19 Complimentary Online GIS Training Suite
    SCAUG is continually striving to provide the GIS professionals in the region the most cost effective, relevant training possible to our members. SCAUG has purchased every SCAUG member an annual subscription to a full suite of training courses for a full year. There is no catch, Take as many or as few of the courses as you like whenever you like. You do not need to travel, you do not need to purchase anything above your annual SCAUG membership. (If you attend a Regional or OKSCAUG Annual Conference your annual membership is automatic) 

    YOU MUST BE A SCAUG MEMBER TO BE ELIGIBLE

    Not a member of SCAUG? 

    Become a member here if you would like to take advantage of the FREE Online GIS Training Suite!!!


      The following courses are included in the bundle:


    Course
    ArcGIS Desktop
    ArcGIS Desktop 101 (ArcGIS 10.0)
    Learning ArcGIS Desktop 10.1
    Working with Geodatabases and Linear Referencing
    Editing in ArcGIS 10
    Using AutoCAD Data in ArcGIS
    Introduction to ModelBuilder
    Programming ArcObjects with .NET
    Working with Geometric Networks
    Using Spatial Analyst for ArcGIS 10
    Programming ArcGIS with Python Workshop
     
    ArcGIS Server
    Introduction to ArcGIS Server 10.0
    Introduction to ArcGIS Server 10.1
    Programming ArcGIS Server with Silverlight
    Building Custom ArcGIS Server Applications with JavaScript
    Introduction to Managing ArcSDE with SQL Server
    Building ArcGIS Applications with Web AppBuilder
     
    Web Based
    Introduction to ArcGIS Online
    Building GIS Web Sites without Programming – Using CartoDB
    HTML5 and CSS3 for GIS Web Developers
    Design and Build GIS Web Sites Like a Pro
    Programming the ArcGIS API for Flex
    JavaScript Fundamentals for Web and Mobile Application Development
     
    Misc. Supplemental Training
    Introduction to Programming the Google Maps API
    Advanced Google Maps API Programming
    Converting ArcGIS Data to Google Earth
    Mastering KML for Google Earth
    Creating Real Time Google Earth Applications
    Fundamentals of Google Earth Pro
    Google Earth for Real Estate Professionals
    Introduction to OpenLayers Programming


    Upon registering for the course you will receive a confirmation email to instruct you on how to activate your courses.

    If you have any difficulty feel free to contact us at: webmaster@scaug.org

    Course material provided by:
    GeoSpatial Training Services & eGIS Associates, Inc

    • 22 Apr 2019
    • 26 Apr 2019
    • 100 East Second Street Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, 74103
    Register


    29th Annual
    South Central Arc User Group Conference
    Tulsa, OK
    April 22-26, 2019


    Hyatt Regency Tulsa


    100 East Second Street

    Tulsa, OK 74103 

    (918) 234-1234

    Hyatt Regency Tulsa

    Single/Double| $94 |Reservations 1.888.591.1234

    Group Code: SCUG

    Group Name: SCAUG

    Online:www.tulsa.hyatt.com  Code: SCUG

    • 22 Apr 2019
    • 26 Apr 2019
    • 100 East Second Street Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, 74103
    Register


    29th Annual
    South Central Arc User Group Conference
    Tulsa, OK
    April 22-26, 2019


    Hyatt Regency Tulsa


    100 East Second Street

    Tulsa, OK 74103 

    (918) 234-1234

    Hyatt Regency Tulsa

    Single/Double| $94 |Reservations 1.888.591.1234

    Group Code: SCUG

    Group Name: SCAUG

    Online:www.tulsa.hyatt.com 

    Exhibitor Specific Agenda

    This agenda does not list the conference workshops, classes, or presentations & is exhibitor specific.

    Monday, April 22
    Noon    - 7:00 pm  - Registration (2nd Floor Lobby)

     6:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Meet & Greet (2nd Floor Lobby)


    Tuesday, April 23
     7:00 am  - 5:00 pm  - Registration (2nd Floor Lobby)

     7:00 am  - 11:30 am  - Opening Breakfast / Speaker / SCAUG Business (Ballroom)

    11:30 am - 1:00 pm  - Lunch on your own

     2:00 pm - 5:00 pm  - Exhibitor Setup (Ballroom)

     4:00 pm - 5:00 pm  - Exhibitor Appreciation (Ballroom)

     5:00 pm - 7:00 pm  - Exhibitor Opening Reception (Ballroom)


    Wednesday, April 24
     7:00 am  - 8:00 am  -
    Exhibitor Setup (Ballroom) 

     7:30 am  - 5:00 pm  - Registration (2nd Floor Lobby)

     7:30 am  - 9:00 am  - Continental Breakfast (Ballroom)

     7:30 am - 4:30 pm  - Exhibit Hall & Map Gallery (Ballroom)

    11:30 pm - 1:00 pm  - Exhibitor Luncheon (Ballroom)

     4:00 pm - 6:00 pm  - Exhibitor Door Prize / App & Map Winners (Ballroom)

      6:00 pm                - Exhibitor Teardown (Ballroom)



    What are the different exhibitor opportunities?

    Platinum $2,400 - Limit 1 (0 available)
    -Double Exhibit Booth (accommodates 16’x20’)
    -6' Table & 2 chairs with wastebasket
    -Wireless Internet
    -Electricity provided
    -Sponsorship towards Opening Breakfast
    -Three Registrations with Membership
    (includes access to sessions and meals)
    -Full page ad in conference program
    -Twenty-five tickets for doorprizes
    -Company Logo and Link on SCAUG website


    Gold $1,200 - Limit 3
    (0 available)
    -Exhibit Booth (accommodates 8’x10’)

    -6' Table & 2 chairs with wastebasket
    -Wireless Internet -Electricity provided
    -Sponsorship towards Exhibit Hall Reception
    -Two Registrations with Membership
    (includes access to sessions and meals)
    -Full page ad in conference program
    -Twenty tickets for doorprizes
    -Company Logo and Link on SCAUG website


    Silver $900
    -Exhibit Booth (accommodates 8’x10’)

    -6' Table & 2 chairs with wastebasket
    -Wireless Internet
    -Electricity provided
    -Sponsorship towards Coffee Break
    -One Registration with Membership
    (includes access to sessions and meals)
    -Full page ad in conference program
    -Fifteen tickets for doorprizes

    -Company Logo and Link on SCAUG website

    Standard Booth $600

    -Exhibit Booth (accommodates 8’x10’)
    -6' Table & 2 chairs with wastebasket
    -Wireless Internet -Electricity provided
    -One Registration with Membership
    (includes access to sessions and meals)
    -Half page ad in conference program
    -Ten tickets for doorprizes
    -Company Logo and Link on SCAUG website

    Additional Booth Attendee $180
    (Current Company Registration REQUIRED)
    -One Registration with Membership
    (includes access to sessions and meals)


    Ad Only $240
    -Full page ad in conference program
    -Company Logo and Link on SCAUG website



    What are the benefits of being a exhibitor?

    • A full conference day for exhibitors with dedicated interaction times throughout the day.
    • Company Logo on SCAUG website & advertisement in conference program.
    • Food & Beverage breaks served around Exhibitor Hall

    What do I need to do to become a exhibitor?
    • Submit Registration & Payment
    • Send in Company Bio (no more than 125 words)
    • Send in high resolution Company Logo (jpg, tif, gif, pdf, png, etc...)
    • Send in high resolution ad for the conference guide free 1/2 page ad (jpg, tif, gif, pdf, png, etc...)(5" W x 4" H - Additional sizes can be purchased)
    • Please bring a $25 minimum door prize
    • Materials submitted after March 8, 2019 will not be guaranteed to be in the conference publications.
    • HALF_SHEET_AD_SIZE.pdf
    • Additional booth staff may also register for an additional $180 / person for the exhibit day.

    Shipping and Return Shipping Information:
    Please Send All Packages As Follows:

    Hyatt Regency Tulsa100 East Second StreetTulsa, OK, 74103
    For return packages, all must be packaged and labeled by exhibitors.  Exhibitors must also schedule the pickup for the carrier they are using. Hotel does not setup pickups.

    For more exhibitor information contact: Charles Brady III

    If paying by check or P.O. return a copy of
    invoice with your payment to:

    SCAUG
    c/o James Allen
    PO Box 96
    Ardmore, OK 73402

    Should you have additional questions contact:

    SCAUG - Treasurer
    Email: treasurer@scaug.org

    • 29 May 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 30 May 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Moore-Norman Technology Center
    • 16
    Register

    Data Management in the Geodatabase (Previously known as Advanced GIS Operations)

    Course materials created by TeachMe GIS

    Duration : 2 days

    ArcGIS Version 10.x

    Computer Lab 201

    Overview
    For many GIS projects, there is a simplified way to accomplish a task, as well as a more advanced approach to complete the same task. Now that you are comfortable with the basic functionality of ArcGIS, you may be looking for some more advanced methods of accomplishing your goals. Maybe you want to set some restrictions on your datasets to make sure the appropriate attribute values are always used, or to ensure that there are never gaps between parcel boundaries. Maybe you want to make more permanent connections between datasets and tables, or perhaps you would like to tie events – such as a set of bus stops or seismic shot points – along line features with automated ease. These advanced operations are often overlooked, but can greatly enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of GIS.

    Audience
    This course is for those who are already comfortable with the basics of ArcGIS and want to learn more about working with the enhanced functionality of geodatabases in ArcGIS.

    Topics Covered


    Day 1
    The File Geodatabase – A quick overview of the features and functions available within the file geodatabase. (Geodatabase Structure; Database Design)
    Maintaining Data Integrity – Setting attribute rules for your datasets to ensure accuracy and maintain consistency. (Domains; Subtypes)
    Linear Referencing – See multiple events along a line (like pot holes or bus stops), and see how attributes change along portions of the same line (like pavement quality or speed limit). (Linear Referencing Defined; Events; Hatching)
    Geometric Networks – Connect points and lines into a network that helps you see how things are connected, display flow along the networks, and detect how potential problems will affect things down the line. (Creation; Maintenance; Editing)
    Data Management in the Geodatabase 1-102-102

    Day 2
    Geodatabase Topology – Setting geometry rules on your datasets to maintain quality, and easily locate and fix errors. (Creating Geodatabase Topology; Topology Rules; Fixing Topology Errors)
    Quality Control Tips & Tricks – A collection of tools and functions in ArcGIS that help maintain and analyze data quality. (SQL; Field Calculator; Geometry QC)
    Relationship Classes – An introduction to connecting items in a geodatabase through relationship classes, making it easier to access and update related information. (Relationship Class Definition, Properties, and Uses; Attachments)
    Putting it All Together – Put all of these new skills into practice with a realistic project that traces a potential spill along a river network. (GIS Project, includes: domains, linear referencing, and geometric networks)
    Bonus Project – Test your GIS skills with this bonus project, which focuses on determining a potential pipeline route and onshore site with the least amount of risk involved. (GIS project life cycle; Project management tips; project start to finish)

    Format
    In-person instruction with hands-on practice and course materials you can keep.

    Prerequisites and Recommendations
    Students should have knowledge of Microsoft Windows® and be familiar with the basic use of ArcGIS, including the topics covered in the Fundamentals of ArcGIS and Intermediate GIS Concepts classes, or ArcGIS Desktop I and ArcGIS Desktop II classes.

      The course is taught by Pamela Jurney of Cross Timbers Consulting, LLC.  Pamela has a background in education and uses the ArcGIS software on a daily basis.  She taught secondary mathematics for seven years in the public school system, received a master’s degree in geography from Oklahoma State University (2006), and has been worked in tribal transportation for nearly seven years.  She is currently the Project Development Director for Cross Timbers, a private consulting firm that provides civil engineering, environmental, transportation planning, and transportation safety services. 

     

    For questions about the course please contact : webmaster@scaug.org

     

    GISP Credits Attend 2 day training : 16 hours - EDU - 0.4 credits

    • 12 Jun 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • National Weather Center at the University of Oklahoma
    Register


    2019 OKSCAUG

    National Weather Center
    University of Oklahoma
    Room 1313
    120 David L. Boren Blvd
    NWC Suite 1100
    Norman OK, 73072-7303


     
     

    A special thanks to :

    The National Weather Center for the facility.

    The Center for Spatial Analysis for helping coordinate the event and provide the morning coffee.

    Pizza lunch will be provided by SCAUG.

    The first two parking rows are reserved for visitors & carpooling is encouraged as parking space will be limited.



    8:30 - 8:45 a.m.
    Welcome

    8:45 - 9:30 a.m.
    User Presentation TBA
    Description TBA


    9:30 - 9:45 a.m. 
    Break


    9:45 - 10:30 a.m.
    User Presentation TBA
    Description TBA
    10:30 - 10:45 a.m. 
    Break

    10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
    ESRI Presentation TBA
    Description TBA


    11:45 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
    Closing Remarks & Door Prizes


    12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    Pizza Lunch provided by SCAUG




    All wanting to tour the facility will need to be registered a minimum of two weeks (JUNE 6, 2018 ) before the event. Visitors who are Foreign nationals are required to complete additional Foreign National Visitor Guest Information Report Form. 
       

    Attendees GISP credits : 4 hours - EDU - 0.1 credits
    Presenters GISP Credits : 1 hour - CON -  1 credit
    • 24 Jun 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 25 Jun 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Moore-Norman Technology Center S Penn Campus, 13301 S Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
    • 15
    Register


    Introduction to Programming

    ArcGIS Pro with Python


    Instructor

    Eric Pimpler, President, Geospatial Training Services (http://geospatialtraining.com)

     

    Description


    In our Introduction to Programming ArcGIS Pro with Python course you will learn introductory level Python skills with ArcGIS Pro to automate your geoprocessing tasks.
    We’ll start with an overview of the basic programming constructs of Python version 3.4.  You’ll learn how to create variables, assign data to variables, work with lists, dictionary, and tuples, branch your code with if/else, for, and while statements, work with classes and objects, and other fundamentals.
    Next, in Module 2, you’ll learn the fundamentals of the Arcpy core library along with several sub-modules including the Mapping and Data Access modules.  You’ll learn also learn the basic classes and functions from the Arcpy core library.
    In Module 3 you’ll learn how to handle error and exceptions in your code.  Using the Python try/except code block along with error messages that are generated in ArcPy you’ll understand how to gracefully trap and recover from the inevitable errors in your code.
    Modules 4 through 7 cover the Arcpy Mapping module in exhaustive details.  In Module 4 you’ll learn how to write geoprocessing scripts that manage your projects as well as the maps, layers, and tables that are part of your projects.  You’ll learn how to programmatically add and remove layers from a map, update symbology and properties of layers, and much more including working with the new Camera and Bookmark classes.  In Module 5 you’ll learn how to work with layouts.  In ArcGIS Pro you can have multiple layout views so you’ll learn how to manage these objects, make programmatic changes to the elements in the layouts, and export or print the layouts.  Module 6 covers the automation of map production and printing including the use of map books.  Finally, in Module 7 you’ll discover how to find and fix broken data links in your ArcGIS Pro project files.
    This course is offered in a variety of formats including live-classroom, live-online, instructor guided-online, and self-paced.  This is a hands-on style workshop with lots of exercises designed to teach you how to automate your ArcGIS Pro geoprocessing tasks with Python.

    Course Modules

    •Module 1: Introduction to Version 3.4 of the Python Programming Language
    •Module 2: Introduction to using Arcpy in ArcGIS Pro
    •Module 3: Error Handling and Trouble Shooting
    •Module 4: Using the Arcpy Mapping Module to Manage Projects, Maps, and Layers
    •Module 5: Managing Layouts with the Arcpy Mapping Module
    •Module 6: Automating Map Production and Printing
    •Module 7: Updating and Fixing Data Sources

    GISP Credits Attend 2 days training : 16 hours - EDU - 0.4 credits

    • 26 Jun 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Moore-Norman Technology Center S Penn Campus, 13301 S Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
    • 16
    Register


    Learning ArcGIS Pro 4:

    Sharing Your Maps and Data


    Instructor

    Eric Pimpler, President, Geospatial Training Services (http://geospatialtraining.com)

     

    Description


    1-day class covers advanced data concepts. Students will learn how to convert data from various formats such as CAD or Shapefiles to Geodatabase feature classes. They will also learn how to link data using joins, relates and relationship classes. Students will then explore how to use topologies to edit and validate GIS data to ensure it is clean as well as how to create and edit 3D data. From there students explore more advanced types of spatial analysis.

    This course is intended for those needing to learn how to share the data and maps they create with others both inside and outside their organization. Students learn how to publish the maps and data they create in ArcGIS Pro to ArcGIS Online. Students taking this class must have at least fundamental skills and experience using ArcGIS Pro.

    The class will consist of a balance between lectures and hands-on exercises. The examples will make use of publicly available GIS resources, but students may work with their own online resources if they so wish..

    Course Modules

    •Module 1: Introducing the ArcGIS Arcade Expression Language
    •Module 2: Introducing ArcGIS Online
    •Module 3: Publishing to ArcGIS Online using ArcGIS Pro
    •Module 4: Sharing Data and Maps with Web Apps

    GISP Credits Attend 1 day training : 8 hours - EDU - 0.2 credits

    • 06 Aug 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Tulsa City Hall @ One Technology Center 175 E 2nd ST Tulsa, OK 74103
    Register


    2019 OKSCAUG

    Tulsa City Hall @ One Technology Center
    North Conference Room 10th Floor
    175 E 2nd ST Tulsa, OK 74103


    8:30 - 8:45 a.m.
    Welcome

    8:45 - 9:30 a.m.
    User Presentation TBA
    Description TBA


    9:30 - 9:45 a.m. 
    Break


    9:45 - 10:30 a.m.
    User Presentation TBA
    Description TBA
    10:30 - 10:45 a.m. 
    Break

    10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
    ESRI Presentation TBA
    Description TBA


    11:45 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
    Closing Remarks & Door Prizes


    Attendees GISP Credits: 4 hours - EDU - 0.1 credit
    Presenters GISP Credits: 1 hour - CON - 1.0 credit
     

Past events

03 Apr 2019 2019 Spring OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
21 Feb 2019 North Texas User Group Meeting
20 Feb 2019 2019 Spring OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
12 Feb 2019 Learning ArcGIS Pro 2: Editing, Analysis, Automation - February 2019 - OKC, OK
17 Jan 2019 North Texas User Group Meeting
14 Jan 2019 Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Maps and Projects - January 2019 - OKC, OK
09 Jan 2019 ArcGIS Basics II - Jan 2019 - MNTC
04 Dec 2018 2018 December OKSCAUG User Group Meeting
16 Nov 2018 RGVAUG: GIS Mobile & Web Applications
16 Nov 2018 RGVAUG: Drone2Map Part C by Patrick Gray
15 Nov 2018 RGVAUG: Drone2Map Part B by Patrick Gray
15 Nov 2018 RGVAUG: Basic Editing 101
15 Nov 2018 RGVAUG: Drone2Map Part A by Patrick Gray
15 Nov 2018 RGVAUG: Intro to GIS
15 Nov 2018 RGVAUG GIS DAY 2018
14 Nov 2018 CITY OF DESTO GIS DAY
13 Nov 2018 ArcGIS Basics I - November 2018 - OKC, OK
24 Sep 2018 21st Annual OKSCAUG Conference Exhibit Hall
24 Sep 2018 21st Annual OKSCAUG Conference
13 Sep 2018 North Texas User Group Meeting Lubbock Texas
16 Aug 2018 North Texas SCAUG User Group Meeting Dallas
07 Aug 2018 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Tulsa
21 Jun 2018 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
21 Jun 2018 NORTH TEXAS SCAUG USER MEETING IN TEXARKANA
22 May 2018 ArcGIS Basics I - May 2018 - OKC, OK
09 Apr 2018 28th Annual SCAUG Conference Exhibit Hall - 2018 San Antonio, TX
09 Apr 2018 28th Annual SCAUG Conference -2018 San Antonio, TX
03 Apr 2018 2018 Spring OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
27 Mar 2018 ArcGIS Basics II - Mar 2018 - MNTC
21 Mar 2018 SCAUG Lunch & Learn / Meet & Mingle
05 Feb 2018 Python for ArcGIS - February 5-6 - OKC , OK
17 Jan 2018 ArcGIS Basics I - January 2018 - OKC, OK
12 Dec 2017 ArcGIS Basics II - Dec 2017 - MNTC
06 Dec 2017 December OKSCAUG User Group Meeting
18 Sep 2017 20th Anniversary OKSCAUG Conference Exhibit Hall
18 Sep 2017 20th Anniversary OKSCAUG Conference
08 Aug 2017 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Tulsa
01 Jul 2017 2017-18 Complimentary Online GIS Training Suite
21 Jun 2017 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
16 May 2017 ArcGIS Basics III - May 2017 - OKC, OK
24 Apr 2017 Python for ArcGIS -April 2017 - OKC , OK
19 Apr 2017 ArcGIS Basics I - April 2017 - OKC, OK
27 Mar 2017 2017 SCAUG & Louisiana RS/GIS Conference Exhibit Hall
27 Mar 2017 2017 SCAUG & Louisiana RS/GIS Conference
21 Mar 2017 2017 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
28 Feb 2017 North Texas SCAUG Meet-up: Richardson
01 Feb 2017 ArcGIS Basics II - Feb 2017 - MNTC
11 Jan 2017 ArcGIS Basics II
06 Dec 2016 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Duncan
16 Nov 2016 TCC GIS Day 2016 (Tulsa Community College)
19 Oct 2016 ArcGIS Basics I - OKC, OK
12 Oct 2016 10/12/16: SCAUG Lunch & Learn @ Brookhaven
19 Sep 2016 19th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Exhibit Hall
19 Sep 2016 19th Annual OKSCAUG Conference
17 Aug 2016 Unmanned Aircraft System Technology Education Consortium (UASTEC) Lunch and learn UAS Seminar
09 Aug 2016 ArcGIS Basics II
02 Aug 2016 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Tulsa
19 Jul 2016 DFW SCAUG Meet-up
19 Jul 2016 OKSCAUG Lunch & Learn
01 Jul 2016 2016-17 Complimentary Online GIS Training Suite
23 Jun 2016 Python for ArcGIS - Tulsa, OK
15 Jun 2016 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
07 Jun 2016 ArcGIS Basics I - OKC, OK
04 May 2016 OKSCAUG Lunch & Learn
18 Apr 2016 26th Annual South Central Arc User Group Exhibit Hall
18 Apr 2016 26th Annual South Central Arc User Group Conference
25 Feb 2016 ArcGIS Basics I - Tulsa, OK
24 Feb 2016 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
26 Jan 2016 ArcGIS Basics I - OKC, OK
25 Jan 2016 Python for ArcGIS - Tulsa, OK
09 Dec 2015 OKSCAUG User Group in Stillwater
08 Dec 2015 Python for ArcGIS - OKC , OK
20 Nov 2015 RGVAUG GISDAY Training: Auto Populating With Python
20 Nov 2015 RGVAUG GISDAY: Basic Editing 101
20 Nov 2015 RGVAUG GISDAY Training: Tips & Tricks Utilizing the X-Ray Tool & Attribute Assistant
20 Nov 2015 RGVAUG GISDAY: Basic GIS 101
20 Nov 2015 RGVAUG 2015 GISDAY
18 Nov 2015 Abilene GIS Day
17 Nov 2015 OU GIS Day Expo
17 Nov 2015 17th Annual GIS Day of the Coastal Bend
13 Nov 2015 Alamo Area GIS Day
12 Nov 2015 TCC GIS Day 2015 (Tulsa Community College)
27 Oct 2015 ArcGIS Basics III
21 Oct 2015 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
21 Sep 2015 18th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Exhibit Hall
21 Sep 2015 18th Annual OKSCAUG Conference
27 Aug 2015 Coastal Bend GIS User Group Meeting
10 Aug 2015 OKSCAUG at the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa
22 Jul 2015 ArcGIS Basics I
15 Jul 2015 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
07 Jul 2015 2015-16 Complimentary Online GIS Training Suite
24 Jun 2015 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
05 May 2015 ArcGIS Basics II
15 Apr 2015 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
13 Apr 2015 25th Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
13 Apr 2015 25th Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference
31 Mar 2015 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
26 Mar 2015 ArcGIS Basics I
24 Mar 2015 Python for ArcGIS
05 Mar 2015 ArcGIS Basics I- Rescheduled due to weather
27 Jan 2015 ArcGIS Basics I
22 Jan 2015 Python for ArcGIS
21 Jan 2015 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
21 Nov 2014 RGVAUG GISday - Python Add-Ins
21 Nov 2014 RGVAUG GISday - Advanced Editing
21 Nov 2014 RGVAUG GISday - Get to Know ArcGIS Pro
21 Nov 2014 RGVAUG GISday - GIS 101
21 Nov 2014 2014 RGVAUG GISday
19 Nov 2014 16th Annual GIS Day of the Coastal Bend
18 Nov 2014 TCC GIS Day 2014 (Tulsa Community College)
22 Oct 2014 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
22 Oct 2014 ArcGIS Basics I
18 Oct 2014 MNTC Short term Introduction to ArcGIS
22 Sep 2014 17th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Vendor Hall
22 Sep 2014 17th Annual OKSCAUG Conference
03 Sep 2014 RGVAUG Quarterly Meeting
20 Aug 2014 ArcGIS Basics II
19 Aug 2014 RGVAUG - Introduction To Python Workshop
13 Aug 2014 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Broken Arrow
29 Jul 2014 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
09 Jul 2014 Python for ArcGIS
07 Jul 2014 RGVAUG Workshop - ArcGIS Online (ESRI)
25 Jun 2014 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
16 Jun 2014 2014-15 Complimentary Online GIS Training Suite
28 May 2014 ArcGIS Basics I
16 Apr 2014 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
10 Mar 2014 24th Annual South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
10 Mar 2014 24th Annual South Central Arc User Group Conference
26 Feb 2014 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
17 Feb 2014 Python for ArcGIS
12 Feb 2014 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
17 Dec 2013 ArcGIS Basics III
22 Nov 2013 RGVAUG: ArcGIS Online for Local Governments
22 Nov 2013 RGVAUG: Basic Editing 101
22 Nov 2013 RGVAUG: ArcGIS Online for Local Governments
22 Nov 2013 RGVAUG: Basic GIS 101
22 Nov 2013 RGVAUG GIS DAY (Texas State Technical College)
20 Nov 2013 TCC GIS Day 2013 (Tulsa Community College)
18 Nov 2013 Python for ArcGIS
14 Nov 2013 ArcGIS Basics II
17 Oct 2013 ArcGIS Basics I
16 Oct 2013 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
23 Sep 2013 16th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Vendor Hall
23 Sep 2013 16th Annual OKSCAUG Conference
26 Aug 2013 ArcGIS Basics II
08 Aug 2013 RGVAUG 2013 GIS DAY FUNDRAISER
23 Jul 2013 ESRI Live Streaming Tech Talk
22 Jul 2013 ArcGIS Basics I
17 Jul 2013 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
27 Jun 2013 RGVAUG User Group Meeting
26 Jun 2013 ArcGIS Basics II
25 Jun 2013 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
29 May 2013 ArcGIS Basics I
24 Apr 2013 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
24 Apr 2013 ArcGIS Basics II
08 Apr 2013 23rd Annual South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
08 Apr 2013 23rd Annual South Central Arc User Group Conference
20 Mar 2013 ArcGIS Basics I
27 Feb 2013 OKSCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
20 Feb 2013 ArcGIS Basics II
23 Jan 2013 ArcGIS Basics I
16 Jan 2013 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
08 Jan 2013 ArcGIS Basics II
18 Dec 2012 ArcGIS Desktop II
04 Dec 2012 ArcGIS Basics I
15 Nov 2012 GIS Day of the Coastal Bend
14 Nov 2012 GIS DAY SAN ANTONIO 2012
09 Nov 2012 Houston Area GIS Day
09 Nov 2012 RGVAUG GIS DAY 2012
06 Nov 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
06 Nov 2012 Python for ArcGIS
01 Nov 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
25 Oct 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
18 Oct 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
17 Oct 2012 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
11 Oct 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
27 Sep 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
24 Sep 2012 15th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Vendor Hall
24 Sep 2012 15th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Workshops & Training
24 Sep 2012 15th Annual OKSCAUG Conference
13 Sep 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
08 Sep 2012 OSLS Seminar - Elevations with GPS
30 Aug 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
28 Aug 2012 Enhanced Field Asset Data Collection & Utilization Practices in the Oil & Gas Industry
07 Aug 2012 ArcGIS Basics I
18 Jul 2012 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
20 Jun 2012 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
13 Jun 2012 ArcGIS Basics II
31 May 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
18 May 2012 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
09 May 2012 ArcGIS Basics I
18 Apr 2012 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
28 Mar 2012 22th Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
26 Mar 2012 22nd South Central Arc User Group Conference
17 Mar 2012 RGVAUG/SCAUG Workshop
22 Feb 2012 RGVAUG ELECTIONS
15 Feb 2012 OKSCAUG Public Safety User Group Meeting at Edmond
09 Feb 2012 SCAUG & RGVAUG Meeting
18 Jan 2012 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
11 Jan 2012 ArcGIS Basics II
07 Dec 2011 ArcGIS Basics I
06 Dec 2011 ESRI Workshop- Extend the Reach of Your GIS
10 Nov 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
04 Nov 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
25 Oct 2011 14th Annual OKSCAUG Conference
24 Oct 2011 14th Annual OKSCAUG Conference Vendor Hall
21 Oct 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
19 Oct 2011 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
14 Oct 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
11 Oct 2011 ArcGIS Basics I
07 Oct 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
22 Sep 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
31 Aug 2011 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
10 Aug 2011 U.S. National Grid Training - Delta University & USGS
26 Jul 2011 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
20 Jul 2011 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
26 Apr 2011 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Edmond
20 Apr 2011 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting
06 Apr 2011 21th Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
04 Apr 2011 21st Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference
02 Mar 2011 Cartegraph - Texas User Group
27 Jan 2011 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting at the "One Stop"
19 Nov 2010 GIS DAY SAN ANTONIO 2010
17 Nov 2010 GIS Day in McAllen, TX
10 Nov 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
09 Nov 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: Oklahoma City, OK
04 Nov 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: San Antonio, TX
03 Nov 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
28 Oct 2010 Alamo Area GIS Meeting
19 Oct 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: Plano, TX
14 Oct 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: Houston, TX
13 Oct 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
07 Oct 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: Jackson, MS
06 Oct 2010 RGVAUG Meeting
05 Oct 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: Baton Rouge, LA
29 Sep 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
23 Sep 2010 Increase Productivity with ArcGIS 10: Austin, TX
21 Sep 2010 13th Annual Oklahoma SCAUG Conference
20 Sep 2010 13th Annual Oklahoma South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
15 Sep 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
09 Sep 2010 GAS Meeting
01 Sep 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
16 Aug 2010 RGVAUG Meeting
11 Aug 2010 San Antonio GIS Day Meeting
28 Jul 2010 RGVAUG Meeting
22 Jul 2010 Alamo Area GIS User Group Meeting at SAWS
03 Jun 2010 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
27 May 2010 NCTGITA and SCAUG Special Event
29 Apr 2010 NCTCOG Regional GIS Meeting
30 Mar 2010 20th Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference Vendor Hall
29 Mar 2010 20th Anniversary South Central Arc User Group Conference
10 Mar 2010 GIS Day Oklahoma City, OK
04 Mar 2010 San Antonio GIS User Group Meeting at SAWS
02 Mar 2010 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Broken Arrow
29 Jan 2010 North Louisiana User Group Meeting at West Monroe
26 Jan 2010 East Texas Geospatial Conference
20 Nov 2009 GIS Day in McAllen, TX
19 Nov 2009 GIS Day in Houston, TX
18 Nov 2009 GIS Day in Corpus Christi, TX
18 Nov 2009 GIS Day in Long Beach, MS
18 Nov 2009 GIS Day in San Antonio, TX
18 Nov 2009 GIS Day in Starkville, MS
17 Nov 2009 GIS Day in College Station, TX
12 Nov 2009 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at East Central University
20 Oct 2009 12th Annual Oklahoma SCAUG Conference
14 Oct 2009 ESRI Seminar - Lafayette, LA
17 Jun 2009 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman
11 Mar 2009 GIS Day Oklahoma City, OK
03 Mar 2009 Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Broken Arrow

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