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Stanford Geospatial Center resources for teaching and learning: Stanford Geospatial Center Support Resources

This guide serves as the main information portal for the Stanford Geospatial Center's Support, Services and Collections

Stanford Geospatial Center Remote Services

 

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Join our Slack at stanford-geospatial.slack.com!

Want immediate help with a software or data issue? Join our Slack at https://stanford-geospatial.slack.com and post your questions in one of our channels, or get in touch with us through a DM! We're always on during Library Hours!

Stanford Geospatial Center workshops are self-paced and online!

In accordance with the University’s direction to minimize in-person instruction, the Stanford Geospatial Center Workshop series is being converted to a set of self-paced workshops, with accompanying video walkthroughs, slides and datasets! You can find our latest self-paced materials for Google Earth Engine, ArcGIS Online, QGIS ad more, at https://stanford.maps.arcgis.com/

Email support

Please use the following link to contact SGC staff for support. This link will email all SGC Support Staff, simultaneously, and the first person able to reply will get back to you as soon as possible.

Click here to Email all SGC Support Staff

If you are already working with a particular SGC Staff member, you can reach them directly at:

Stace Maples: maples@stanford.edu

David Medeiros: davidmed@stanford.edu

Priyaanka Vyas: priyaanka.vyas@gmail.com

Other useful contacts

Claudia Engel: cengel@stanford.edu - Stanford Library Academic Technology Specialist supports spatial analysis using R & Python.