Find those Maps and send them to the Map Contest!

Imagine this scene: You are in your work space, planning to have a great time at the WLIA Annual Conference. You fill out your checklist for the conference: Conference & Workshop Registration: Check Hotel Reservations: Check Print &… Read More

It’s not too Late to Register!

It is about a week until everything kicks off at The Opener, but it is not too late to register for our 2020 Annual Conference! You can still select from 13 Workshops, attend Special Interest Group Meetings, listen… Read More

Census Bureau Chief to Address Annual Conference

WLIA strives to invite keynote speakers that address timely and important subject matters in our state and this year is no exception. On Friday morning, James Whitehorne, Chief of the Redistricting & Voting Rights Data Office at the… Read More

Roger Kain a Keynote Speaker at the 33rd Annual Conference

Roger Kain is a Fellow of the British Academy, the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences and its Vice-President (Research and Higher Education Policy).  He is Professor of Humanities in the School of Advanced Study,… Read More

GIS in the Classroom

Are you a K-12 teacher? Do you volunteer for 4H, FFA, or girl/boy scouts? Come learn how GIS and interactive maps can enhance the work you do with students. In this half-day session you will learn what GIS… Read More

Jack Dangermond to Give Keynote Address

It is a great honor to announce that Jack Dangermond, Founder and President of Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri), is going to be our Thursday keynote speaker at WLIA’s 33rd Annual Conference in vibrant Middleton, WI. Jack is… Read More