Hi All,

Apologies if this is not appropriate for the QGIS user list, but I figured some 
members of it might be interested in it. It’s a course that aims to encourage 
more biologists to use QGIS in their research, rather than commercial 
alternatives.

All the best,

Colin
Final Call: Training Course - An Introduction To Using QGIS In Biological 
Research
GIS In Ecology will be holding an introductory training course for those who 
wish to learn how to use the free, open-source GIS software QGIS (also known as 
Quantum GIS) in all aspects of biological research. The course will be held in 
Glasgow on the 19th and 20th of September 2016, and it will be taught by Dr 
Colin D. MacLeod, who has more than 15 years experience in using GIS for a wide 
variety of biological purposes.

This course is aimed at those just starting to use GIS in their research and 
who have little or no existing knowledge of this subject area, those who are 
looking for a free, open source GIS solution for their biological research, and 
at existing users of commercial GIS software, such as ArcGIS, who wish to learn 
how to do GIS using QGIS software.

The practical exercises on this course will be based on those in the recently 
published ‘GIS For Biologists: A Practical Introduction For Undergraduates’ by 
Dr MacLeod, and a free copy of this book will be provided to all participants.

Attendance will be limited to a maximum of 15 people, and the course will cost 
£295 per person (£200 for students, the unwaged and those working for 
registered charities). To book a place, or for more information, visit the 
course’s webpage 
(http://www.gisinecology.com/Training_Course_QGIS_For_Biologists_September_2016.htm)
 or contact i...@gisinecology.com.

To attend this course, you must bring your own laptop computer and have a 
working copy of QGIS 2.8.3 pre-installed on it. You can find information about 
how to get this version of QGIS by visiting 
http://www.gisinecology.com/GFB.htm. At the end of the course, all attendees 
will receive a certificate of attendance and completion.

Glasgow has great transport links and is within half a days travel by car or by 
fast train links from most cities in the UK.  For example, it can be reached in 
as little as 4h 30mins from London by train. It can also be reached by direct 
flights from many European cities and the flight time is generally under four 
hours.

The course will be held in central Glasgow at the IET Glasgow Teacher Building 
(14 St Enoch Square, Glasgow, G1 4DB, UK).

Attendees will be responsible for their own accommodation. However, Glasgow 
provides a wide range of accommodation options to fit most budgets.



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GIS IN ECOLOGY - Providing Training, Advice And Consultancy On The Use Of GIS 
In Ecology

Web: www.GISinEcology.com Email: i...@gisinecology.com

Need to ask a question about using GIS? Try the GIS In Ecology Forum: 
www.GISinEcology.com/GIS_in_Ecology_forum.htm

Books From GIS In Ecology Staff:

GIS For Biologists: A Practical Introduction For Undergraduates; RRP: £24.99
An Introduction To Using GIS In Marine Biology; RRP: £44.99
An Introduction To Using GIS In Marine Biology: Supplementary Workbook One - 
Creating Maps Of Species Distribution; RRP: £19:99

If you wish to purchase these books, visit: 
http://www.gisinecology.com/Book_Shop.htm

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