Watch this webinar to learn about Site Scan for ArcGIS, the end-to-end, cloud-based drone mapping software designed to revolutionize imagery data collection, processing, and analysis. With this software as a service (SaaS) product, you can easily collaborate with your students and peers in a connected online environment and manage your data without expensive infrastructure.
National Geographic MapMaker equips teachers and learners with carefully curated, standards-focused maps, data, and activities for many subjects and grade levels. In this webinar, we will showcase a number of examples and materials to help you incorporate MapMaker into your teaching.
This is a short walk-through of the 2023 Esri User Conference Exhibit Hall designed to help CTE and college majors understand the types of organizations that offer products or services related to ArcGIS. The video is shot in 360 degrees - allowing for mouse movement of the video during playback or for watching immersively in a VR headset.
If you’re a higher education student, consider attending Esri UC July 10-14, 2023! Esri UC is the world’s largest GIS conference and if you're a higher ed student, it's an ideal opportunity to expand your network, further develop yours GIS skills, learn about innovative trends, and get inspired.
We’re asking for two minutes of your time, whether you knowingly teach with AI or not, to complete this short survey. It will better help us understand the education community's interests and needs related to AI.
An innovative partnership between K12 educators, a university, and industry (Esri) resulted in a year-long initiative to foster spatial thinking in teaching climate and sustainability topics through geotechnologies.
Join us for a key opportunity to dig deep into modern GIS tools, methods, and approaches to Explore Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in a face-to-face, hands-on setting. The opportunity will be a 4-day workshop, to be held from 7-10 August 2023 at the Central Pennsylvania's Community College's Gettysburg Campus. This is a GeoTech Center Workshop, funded by the National Science Foundation. Get paid for participating! Join us!