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GIS Library Services

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is a computer based technology used to manipulate, analyze, and visualize digital geospatial data. GIS Library Services at the University Library provides access to geospatial data, as well as software, training and help in order to support research and teaching.

The GIS libguide is a supplement to the GIS Library homepage, and aids in finding GIS information related to specific subject areas.

The GIS Library homepage contains links to data, GIS software, training opportunities and more!

What's New

The University Library has recently purchased a new product for mapping business data along with demographic data for all of Canada. Create maps and reports to answer questions like: Where should I locate my retail store? What are the demographic characteristics of my neighbourhood? and more!

Featured Resources

Saskatchewan History Online: digital collection of Saskatchewan historical and cultural resources. 

Use ArcGIS online to import data from a WMS, like FlySask!
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Data Librarian

Reference Librarian

Subject Guide

Robert Alary
Ph: 306-966-5987