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admin.wmcdevitt
What would be the best way to share my student's Story Maps with their parents?  I see an option to share with our organization (which is all of their accounts) or public.  They are logged in with accounts that are not true name so there may not be an issue, but I was wondering if there was a way (such as in Google Docs) where you can share… (Show more)
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Esri Story Maps program manager, Allen Carroll, writes:   Stories are at the heart of how we communicate, and how we reinforce our social ties. They help us make sense of the world and assign meaning to the often chaotic and confusing experiences of our lives...I’ve published the first in a series of story maps that I hope will provide a few… (Show more)
ressinger-esristaff
Hannah Wilber writes...   Eager to make your first story map, but not sure where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Read on to see just how easy it is to create placed-based, multimedia narratives.   Read the blog post...   > How to Make A Story Map
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Bernie Szukalski writes...   Many of the ways you can use Story Maps are obvious, but others aren’t. Here’s a list of interesting things you can do with Story Maps that you might not have thought of before.    Read the blog post...   > Things you didn't know you could do with Story Maps For example The Trust for Public Land created this Story Map… (Show more)
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Professor Dawn Wright, Chief Scientist at Esri, writes:   As we know, story maps have emerged as a powerful communication platform, leveraging the power of web-based GIS to tell “stories” about important connections among scientists, resource managers, and policy makers; and how combining the new medium of “intelligent Web maps” with text,… (Show more)
drkidd
His pictures were uploaded into his computer and are in the correct position in the folder on his computer but when he tries to upload them into the side panel of the template, they are sideways. I've tried renaming the photo, editing the photo and no matter, it keeps uploading sideways! Any ideas on how to correct this problem? Many thanks!
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DWright-esristaff
Last update: October 7, 2018   Spatial analysis has always been a hallmark of GIS, the “numerical recipes” which set GIS apart from other forms of computerized visualization and information management. With GIS we can pose questions and derive results using a wide array of analytical tools to help us understand and compare places, determine how… (Show more)
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jkerski-esristaff
Are you an educator using Story Maps in your classroom?    If so:   1. That's awesome, keep up the great work; and 2. We want to make creating and using story maps in the classroom even easier, so we've added some resources to our website specifically for you. Explore this "If you are an educator" section here: http://p.ctx.ly/r/8f15      … (Show more)
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ressinger-esristaff
Digital Humanities involve the application of computer technology to explore issues and questions in the humanities (history, culture, literature, the arts, etc).    Esri Story Maps are gaining in popularity as a means to feature research and present narratives in this exciting and expanding field, with use by students, educators, academics,… (Show more)
jkerski-esristaff
There are many options for using images in ArcGIS Online and in apps such as story maps. Choose a method that works best for your situation and needs. The methods in this set of guidelines are intended to help you be successful in using Flickr, Twitter, and other methods.   I have just updated these guidelines - August 2018. 
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