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Since GIS courses are typically online or include independent work, we lack an academic setting where students can peek over shoulders and ask each other questions, blogs allow students an informal avenue to view other's work, ask questions, share ideas and provide feedback to their peers. These pages outline how to create your own blog.

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How to create a personal blog using Blogger

Blogging Basics

GIS @ UWF Blog
Northwest Florida GIS User Group Digital Media Contest
Attention students: We are sponsoring a digital media contest. This is a good way to have your work seen by professionals in the GIS field. Rules and details are below. You can also email me Brett Haskell at for more details.

Reminder!!! We have a seminar tomorrow in Building 13/Room 230 at 4:00 p.m. All current GIS students are encouraged to attend.
We're Back!
Hello UWF GIS Students and Faculty We apologize for the absence on the blog, but we're back! We will continue to monitor and accept student posts. We'll also be highlighting the "Student Spotlight". If you feel like your map project is innovative or unique, let your professor know. We can help you get it posted, to showcase your work. Daniela presenting her awards in front of her map 2017