Instructor: Justin Madron

Justin Madron
Biography: Justin Madron is the Digital Scholarship Lab's GIS Analyst. He is involved in GIS related tasks and technologies required for the production and maintenance of the digital atlas of American history project. He has a bachelor of science degree in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University and a master's degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Environmental Studies with a focus on Geographical Information Systems and Technologies. His thesis research was on the historical and present reforestation of red spruce in the Appalachian Mountains.

Classes by this instructor

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using ArcGIS Pro
This course is designed to introduce you to the fundamental concepts and techniques of GIS using ArcGIS Pro software. GIS is a powerful tool for analyzing and visualizing spatial data, which is becoming increasingly important in many fields, including environmental science, urban planning, and public health. In this course, you will learn how to use ArcGIS Pro to manage, analyze, and display geographic data.
June 12, 2024 to July 31, 2024, Synchronous Online
GIS Professional Certificate
The GIS Professional Certificate will give you knowledge of the newest GIS software and best practices for utilizing it in your field.Classes will focus on creating new features, editing, georeferencing, and basic knowledge of web mapping, advanced GIS concepts along with hands-on experience in specialty topics.Specialty topics will provide a deep dive into a particular subject matter such as web mapping, field collection, and cartography.
October 9, 2024 to April 23, 2025, Synchronous Online