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Of the top 16 things to do in Las Vegas, according to Yelp and other sources, shopping accounts for six of them. With the help of a map from Esri, visitors can pinpoint which malls and shops are worth stopping by during their trip to Sin City.
Fashion Show Mall hits the list at No. 7, and Miracle Mile Shops is No.[…] Continue Reading »
Mentoring can be a difficult relationship to navigate for both mentors and mentees, but there are several steps that participants can take to ensure that they get the most out of the relationship. Finalists for Mentor Scout‘s Mentor of the Year award recently talked with Nobscot CEO Beth N. Carvin about some things to keep in mind when working on establishing a good mentoring relationship.[…] Continue Reading »
Like many organizations, the Navy decided to reduce its energy consumption in an effort to cut costs and become more environmentally-friendly, but unlike many organizations, that feat for the Navy involved looking at its facilities all the way from a global perspective down to a local one. In order to achieve this, the Navy used GIS software to develop the Navy Shore Geospatial Energy Program, which Sandrine Schultz presented during day two of the Esri Federal GIS Conference in Washington, D.C., last week.[…] Continue Reading »
Esri and health care data analytics company Intellimed International announced a partnership last month in which Esri will provide Intellimed with data for hospital planning and forecasting. Intellimed chose the geographic information systems provider after comparing 2010 census data with estimates from Esri and four other data vendors and determining that Esri’s data had the most accuracy and lowest precision error total for population and household estimates.[…] Continue Reading »
Whether reading about how entrepreneurial skills can be applied to education or considering how school technology directors can reinvent themselves in the digital age, SmartBlog on Education readers started off the year by showing us what’s important to them by sharing and commenting on their favorite posts. Take a look at January’s five most-tweeted education posts.
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