Registration

Participant registration

The link below will direct you to RegOnline.  Registration includes entry of registration type, contact information, selection of workshops, and payment information.  You will have a choice paying by credit card, check, or Dwolla (direct transfer of funds between bank accounts; see www.dwolla.com (http://www NULL.dwolla NULL.com) for more information). Click Here for T-Shirt Information (http://conference NULL.iowagic NULL.org/shirt-information/).

Full Registration = $175
One Day Registration = $100
Student Registration = $50
Student One Day Registration = $25
Workshops Tuesday AM/PM = $50

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Late registration begins 12:00 AM on March 25, 2015. We must provide numbers of attendees for food and facilities. Therefore fees for registering will increase to $200 for Full registration and $125 for the day registration.

Please report any problems with the online registration to Anya Butt.  (641-628-7496 or butta@central.edu (butta null@null central NULL.edu))

Exhibitor / Sponsor registration

Sponsor registration is closed as we have filled up all of our possible spots.

Iowa Geographic Information Council Service Awards

Complete the on-line form hyperlinked below to submit a person you believe deserves recognition for service to the Iowa geospatial community.  GIS award nominees can be nominated by IGIC members, board or the general public.

Award Nomination Form (https://docs NULL.google NULL.com/forms/d/19T8I7N0efDcaTahuLecWBNwHr6s9MpuDOIrHi6Qy9qM/viewform?usp=send_form)

Community Service Award

This award recognizes an individual or group that goes above and beyond in service to their community.   Their involvement is beyond a paid position.   Nominees demonstrate a commitment to the improvement of the local community.

Educational Service Award

This award recognizes an individual or group that employs GIS technology in a classroom or educational setting.  The use can be in the sciences (using GPS units to take water samples), learning services (working with local government), or history (creating a database of historical sites for a city).   Nominees demonstrate a commitment to education and the use of 21st century technology.

Innovation Service Award

This award recognizes an individual or a group that has used GIS in an innovative way, creating a methodology for others to follow, or developed an innovation tool or script that is useful to other professionals in the field. Nominees demonstrate a commitment to the innovation and service to the GIS field.

Distinguished Service Award

This award recognizes an IGIC member who has consistently been of service to the IGIC community, often in an informal or unrecognized position.  Nominees demonstrate a commitment to the IGIC community.