The courses under this category focus on Geographic Information System applications in archaeology and heritage studies.

GIS for Medical Administrators - Group 02
Supun Siriwardana

GIS for Medical Administrators - Group 02

A geographic information system (GIS) can be used as a very effective tool for administrative purposes in the health sector. Through this course, health professionals can learn and apply GIS with their domain expertise knowledge as a problem-solving tool. It is also crucial for many decision-makers to obtain scientific decisions based on the geographical relationships with the health phenomenon, as GIS allows them to compare and analyze geographic data to find patterns. Thus, GIS for the Decision Makers in the Health Sector is a virtual training program created for the benefit of the health administrators for decision making

GIS for Medical Administrators - Group 01
Supun Siriwardana

GIS for Medical Administrators - Group 01

A geographic information system (GIS) can be used as a very effective tool for administrative purposes in the health sector. Through this course, health professionals can learn and apply GIS with their domain expertise knowledge as a problem-solving tool. It is also crucial for many decision-makers to obtain scientific decisions based on the geographical relationships with the health phenomenon, as GIS allows them to compare and analyze geographic data to find patterns. Thus, GIS for the Decision Makers in the Health Sector is a virtual training program created for the benefit of the health administrators for decision making.


GISArch 101: GIS for Archaeology
Darshani SamanmaliSupun Siriwardana

GISArch 101: GIS for Archaeology

The ‘GIS for Archaeology’ course provides a proper understanding of the basics of GIS and provides an opportunity to learn effective GIS data collection techniques. Mapping was given priority at the outset, but more analytical capabilities will be discussed in everyday applications. As resource persons for this series of online lectures, we have joined hands with two experts with years of experience in the use of GIS in the field of archaeology in Sri Lanka.