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ARCHIVED: At IU, in which student labs can I use GIS software?

At Indiana University, Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing software is available in many student computing labs. For details, see the appropriate section below.


IU Bloomington

Following is a list of GIS software available in IUB Student Technology Centers (STCs):

  • ArcGIS Desktop 10 ArcInfo
  • ArcGIS Tutorial Data
  • ERDAS IMAGINE
  • ERDAS Sample Data
  • Esri Data and Maps
  • Google Earth
  • Google SketchUp
  • ISDP Download Tool
  • IDRISI Taiga with Sample and Tutorial Data

For information on software versions and availability in specific labs, see STC Software.

IUPUI

Following is a list of GIS software available in IUPUI STCs:

  • ArcGIS Desktop 10 ArcInfo
  • ArcGIS Tutorial Data
  • ERDAS IMAGINE
  • ERDAS Sample Data
  • Google Earth
  • ISDP Download Tool

For information on software versions and availability in specific labs, see STC Software List.

IU Northwest (Gary)

ArcGIS Desktop 10 ArcInfo is available in the Library Conference Center Computer Lab 230.

IU Southeast (New Albany)

ArcGIS Desktop 10 ArcInfo is available in Life Sciences LF 165 and Crestview Hall CV 108.

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