The use of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology in Indonesian classrooms continues to increase, helping students to better understand the world around them while improving their problem solving capabilities.
With GIS technology, students and faculty can integrate and evaluate data from many sources to develop new theories and knowledge. This enables students to gain fresh perspectives on subjects like geography, economics, math, sciences, history and many others.
To find out how you can introduce GIS into your school’s classrooms – contact Esri Indonesia today on (021) 2940 6355.
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