Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be a powerful research tool for analyzing and visualizing geospatial data and solving problems across a wide range of disciplines. Through the Research Commons, researchers can get assistance with:

  • Finding and creating geospatial data sets
  • Cleaning, organizing, and managing geospatial data
  • Designing and carrying out spatial analyses based on your research question
  • Mapping and geovisualization;
  • Identifying appropriate GIS methods, tools, and software for your research project
  • Training for a variety of GIS tools and web-based mapping platforms

Start exploring some geospatial data sets and learn more about GIS tools using the Maps & Geospatial Data LibGuide here: go.osu.edu/geospatial.

In order to schedule a remote consultation, please select an open date/time below. Your consultant will send you a Zoom link for your remote meeting. If the available time slots do not work with your schedule, please email the consultant to schedule an alternate time.

Josh's Office Hours for October 2020
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October 21, 2020
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 Meet the Expert:
Joshua Sadvari (sadvari.1@osu.edu) is the Geospatial Information Librarian at The Ohio State University Libraries. In this role, Sadvari is responsible for developing and delivering educational activities to support the use of geographic information systems (GIS) in research and teaching and for acting as a project consultant for faculty, staff, and students from all disciplines who are working with geospatial data, methods, and tools. Through his work, Sadvari saves researchers time by connecting them with appropriate geospatial information resources at their point of need and helps them to effectively use GIS in impactful ways in their scholarship.