GENI's Annual GeoFest: October 17-18, Pokagon State Park


Indiana Non-Public Education Conference, October 23-24, Indianapolis Convention Center

GIS Day at Purdue University, November 6


Indiana Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, November 14


National Geography Awareness Week, November 16-22


International GIS Day, November 19


Indiana International Festival, November 20-23, Indiana State Fairgrounds


Online Geography Education Masters Program

NATURAL RESOURCES EDUCATION CENTER houses 5 education programs:

Visit http://www.in.gov/dnr/nrec/ to find out about statewide workshops, facilitator networks, correlations to Indiana State Standards, Certification Renewal Units, loaner items and advanced topic workshops.

The Indiana Adopt-A-Wetland was developed to help Hoosiers "adopt" or conserve the fascinating, valuable wetlands in their communities.  Because 97% of the land in Indiana is privately owned, wetland conservation in Indiana is primarily accomplished by local, community-based groups that the Indiana Wetlands Conservation Plan refers to as focus areas.  By adopting a Wetland in your community, collecting important descriptive information about it, and communicating its values to other local citizens, you can help create your own focus area to protect your wetlands.  Get involved today!  http://www.in.gov/wetlands/howdoi/index.html


ESRI offers both instuctor-led and Web-based courses on Geographic Information System (GIS) technology.  Visit www.esri.com/training for more information.