I taught a story mapping workshop and a growth in tribal GIS colleges workshop at the Society for Conservation GIS conference, and have attached the slides and activities for these workshops to this essay. The story mapping workshop covered why to use story maps, how to use story maps, and how to create map tour, swipe, series, map journal, and other types of story maps. The tribal GIS workshop covered the application of GIS to teaching and learning in Tribal Colleges, the recent 2nd edition of the Tribal GIS book published by Esri Press, and other related topics.
I created these materials for the annual conference of the Society for Conservation GIS (SCGIS). SCGIS is a non-profit organization that assists conservationists worldwide in using GIS through communication, networking, scholarships, and training, and it was a pleasure working with the participants. The themes, tools, and approaches in these materials will be useful to other communities, and I hope you find them useful, too!
Site of the SCGIS conference - Pacific Grove, California, and its unique coastal ecosystem.