The group's mission is to create a lively GeoMentoring community in the Inland Empire region of Southern California (western San Bernardino and Riverside counties). It is a meeting place for GIS professionals, Esri staff, and educators to support and participate in the use of GIS technology and spatial thinking for local students of all ages. Here, we explain needs, offer opportunities, share our activities, interests and visions, lend our expertise, and much more.
Are you looking for a good video that summarizes the importance and role of geospatial technology to the general public? Take a look at this TEDx talk, "Whys of Where" by my Esri colleague Joseph Kerski. Using plain language, Joseph elegantly weaves together concepts such as why we make and use maps, what geospatial technology is, how it is…(Show moreShow less)
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I'd like to facilitate a discussion to learn how to support the learning and mentoring of people interested in veteran issues. Many universities have programs to support them meet their development goals, but how do we support their interests? I've struggled to find data and content related to veteran issues that would allow the student to learn…(Show moreShow less)
Jessica, First, kudos for being a Geomentor! I think writing your experience up and sharing it with others (here in this community and at the AAG site) helps show that we can all help share our GIS knowledge. There are some great resources that you can give to the librarian and any interested teacher. Below are a quick brain dump ofPreviewHide preview
I'm editing an assignment for school. I started the project in class but now I'm trying to finish it on my personal computer. I was able to download a copy of the map during class onto a thumb drive. I tried opening the map via my personal computer but now the map won't open completely. In fact, the map itself is not visible but I can see the…(Show moreShow less)
You saved your work without enabling 'store with relative paths' Right-click on a layer in the Table of Contents for one of your dataframes/maps. Select Data, Repair data source. Navigate to the folder and file location to connect the file to what is listed in the table of contents. With any luck, and if all files were in the same location,…