• Fun with GIS 246: ArcGIS Online Org Admins

    Administrators of an ArcGIS Online Organization account have important responsibilities. They control all permissions and settings in the Org, including invitations, entry, and privileges. So I am astonished when teac...
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  • TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.2 update - action required

    We wanted to ensure that everyone saw the below, and communicated it to your IT collaborators, as it will impact anyone using ArcMap versions prior to 10.7, and ArcGIS Pro versions prior to 1.3, when making connection...
  • Fun with GIS 244: Student, Intern, Employee

    For over 25 years, students in school have learned "standard classroom content" using GIS. Some have honed their skills further through research projects as club activities, or submitted independent work to competitio...
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  • How can I set it back to use the whole part of the option windows?

    ArcGIS 10.04 option windows are not opening the right way and I cannot see the lower part of the option windows.
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  • Fun with GIS 243: T3G 2019

    Across USA, educators are changing the landscape. In 2009, Esri launched Teachers Teaching Teachers GIS (or "T3G"), an institute for educators wanting to help other educators use GIS for instruction. In T3G, expl...
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  • Best way to share ArcGIS downloads/executables

    We often get asked “I’d like my students, staff or faculty to use ArcGIS Pro, what is the best way to distribute the executable to them”? This applies to any other Esri application that needs to be d...
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  • Fun with GIS 242: Introducing GeoInquiries

    GeoInquiries are free, short, pre-constructed classroom activities on standard classroom content using ArcGIS Online. They are easy for teachers to use as is or to adapt. "Level One" activities require a device with i...
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  • Online story maps course for educators

    Greetings everyone:   I would like to announce an online course that I am teaching:      **Telling Your Story using Esri Story Maps** - This course led by Joseph Kerski will enable you to un...
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  • Using two new tools to analyze the eruptions in Kilauea

    The rapid advancement of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) data in society and in programs at universities and even in some secondary schools has led to some amazing tools and data with which to analyze the world.  E...
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  • Fun with GIS 241: Do a Virtual Transect

    A transect is a path across an area. Geographers, both formal and informal, often follow a transect across an area to explore the changes between here and there. Sometimes the changes are close together and dramatic; ...
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  • 2019 MOOCs Start February 6

    Happy 2019! Ready to learn?    These massive open online courses are free and those who complete a course receive a certificate. Students work at their own pace when they have time. Come join us!   Goin...
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  • USGS GIS Poster Online

    The USGS poster "Geographic Information Systems" has been scanned and is now available online in the following location:  https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/70201216 Though dated, it still provides some of the ...
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  • Helping Students Learn with GIS

    FYI,   Great article in the latest issue of ArcUser on using GIS technology in education, check it out!   Helping Students Learn with GIS     Side note: In the image background is a nice Oper...
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  • Fun with GIS 240: Teaching with GeoInquiries

    GeoInquiries(TM) have revolutionized “teaching with GIS,” by making this remarkable technology accessible even to teachers with modest technology, tech skills, and instructional time. In 2014, Esri started...
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  • Fun with GIS 239: Teacher Profile: Lyn Malone

    A true craftsman uses skill developed deliberately, with attention to detail, and often with signature elements. Lyn Malone is a craftswoman. A teacher of social studies in grades 7-12 from 1970-2002, and provider of ...
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  • Where does Thanksgiving Dinner come from?  Story map

    Greetings all and, if you are in the USA, Happy Thanksgiving. This “where does Thanksgiving dinner come from” story map: https://storymaps.esri.com/stories/2017/thanksgiving-dinner/ could be usef...
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  • It’s Time to Register for Esri MOOCs!

    Esri Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 MOOC News   Change is afoot! I want to update you about changes to how you register for our courses and the latest course schedule. That map above? It's one of the maps you m...
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  • Fun with GIS 235: Making a Difference

    "It's the work of freedom." These words by history teacher Mariana Ramirez near the end of the education section of the 2018 Esri User Conference plenary summarize the power of teachers helping students investigate th...
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  • Spatial Joins with ArcGIS Online and the Living Atlas of the World

    As I recently wrote in the guidelines and essay, More Power for Your GIS Analysis through Joining Features to ArcGIS , the paradigm that GIS users have been operating under for decades is being challenged in new and e...
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  • Mapping Your Geotagged Images

    (with Python, the Python Imaging Library, and the ArcGIS Online API for Python)   Using geotagged images can be a great way to capture verifiable data in a project-based learning or citizen science exercise. Stu...
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