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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Hurricane Maria was the strongest hurricane to make landfall in Puerto Rico since 1928. Originating from a tropical wave that the US National Hurricane Center began monitoring on September 13, Maria developed into a tropical storm on September 16 east of the Lesser Antilles. In conditions remarkably favorable for further development, on September… (Show more)
cfitzpatrick-esristaff
How do University site license coordinators handle student projects after they graduate? We have many students using ArcGIS Online and Story Maps as part of the thesis research, and we need to know if there is a standard practice for archiving their data and Story Maps after they graduate. 
cfitzpatrick-esristaff
GIS aids exploring complex situations and solving problems. Countless industry leaders, front-line analysts, behind-the-scenes developers, and in-the-trenches workers rely on it, for simple daily tasks on up to the biggest challenges. They seldom have step-by-step instruction, especially when venturing into new realms. They puzzle and explore,… (Show more)
cfitzpatrick-esristaff
With skill, passion, and analysis, high school and middle school students are exploring their world and creating interesting map products with ArcGIS Online. Esri challenges US students to create and share maps about something in their home states, striving to be among the best in the school, state, and nation. Esri's 2018 ArcGIS Online US School… (Show more)
jkerski-esristaff
Hi Everyone:   My goal in making a story map right now is to play the AUDIO from some of my YouTube videos.  The code below works just fine - it links to a javascript file and the YouTube API accomplishes what I am seeking – Here is a sample page of how that works here: pixelright.com/joseph.htm  and below is the code that makes it work.  … (Show more)
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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.  
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Important ArcGIS Blog entry by Own Evans, on June 6 2017: An Important Message About Web Security and Story Maps
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Hear ye, hear ye! The results are posted! Special congratulations are due to these students! You can see all the national awardees, state winners, and state awardees, and links to their projects, at http://esriurl.com/usk12gis - Map#2 (be sure to explore all 6 frames of the presentation in that #2 slot). Here are the winners and honorable… (Show more)
ahoff
Hello I am trying to make a story map or configurable web app where the pop up information displays in a side panel. I am sure I saw this option - but don't know where. I am designing an app for a possible internship provider for high school students. The 'client' said he wished he could move the pop up so it would not cover up the feature - so I… (Show more)
amynemon
I have a student that completed a project on invasive species using ArcGIS desktop.  This was a raster analysis project and she has 10 rasters of the state of Kentucky that she would like to put into a story map.   These are huge datasets each.   Is there a way to get those maps into ArcGIS Online for the storymap without having to resort to just… (Show more)
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