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The Road to UC
Karlee and Taylor are Esri events marketing coordinators who handle the housing needs for the Esri UC. As you can imagine, it’s a big job that requires two people – although some days it probably feels like an army couldn’t get it all done!
Learning about ArcGIS for Collector at last year’s User Conference led Arizona State Lands to implement a major program. Find out more about the value of the Esri UC to this senior executive who he doesn’t even log on to ArcGIS every day.
Everyone looks forward to summer. And Esri users have even more to be excited about – summer means it’s time for the UC! There are only six months left.
Did you know that the early bird rate for the Esri UC ends on January 16? Not a lot of time if you haven’t registered, but totally worth registering early if you are planning on coming to the UC.
And now is the time to register – Early Bird Registration has opened!
This is a great opportunity for you to save money and secure your spot:
- Save $400 off the registration fee
- Get first choice at the most popular hotels
- Reserve a seat to popular preconference seminars
- Apply your 2014 budget to the 2015 UC
United we map!
It’s time to vote for your favorite Esri UC look for 2015! If you’re going to vote for one thing this year, make it this.
Apollo Teng, the GIS Manager at Montgomery County, Maryland, submitted a paper abstract that discusses how the County enhanced their website with StoryMaps.
With less than two weeks left to get your paper abstract in for the 2015 Esri UC, I thought it might be interesting to look at some statistics from last year.
Number of papers submitted by the final deadline: 1367
Number of tracks: 100
Paper submissions from different countries: 80
Countries leading in paper submissions:
- The United States
- Tie: South Africa, The United Kingdom
- New Zealand
- The Netherlands
- Tie: Japan, Norway, Portugal, Saudi Arabia
It’s time for you to submit your abstract! What are you waiting for? Become a part of this truly international conference.
With the UC Call for Papers deadline fast approaching EsriUC got some insight from a past presenter on why he submitted an abstract this year.
We cornered Jonah Adkins who works with Esri Platinum Partner Geographic Information Services, Inc.. Jonah was one of the first to submit an abstract for this year’s Call for Papers.
Jonah Adkins: Might be afraid of monster movies, but not of presenting in front of his geopeers.
Here is how our conversation went down:
The papers, that is! Your paper, to be specific. This is your time to bask in your own glory, make your mark, be all you can be – and you can make it happen at the Esri UC! The Call for Papers just opened. Don’t miss this chance to highlight your work. Submit an abstract before it closes on October 31, 2014.