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GeriMiller
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Amidst the tsunami of information coming at us, how do we keep up to date with Education-related announcements?

 

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CharlieFitzpatrick
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Calling all admins for school Orgs! Got a minute to see if you are being smart (and even fix it if not)?

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GeriMiller
Esri Regular Contributor

I heard about a consumer version of StoryMaps: What is it, and how is it different than ArcGIS StoryMaps?

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GeriMiller
Esri Regular Contributor

As you have likely heard, ArcMap is being retired in March 2026. How would this be reflected in Education Program licenses? What comes next?

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TomBaker
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If you create Storymaps for students as a way to learn content, you may find an interactive, formative self-assessment item to be a valuable addition for checking learning.

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GeriMiller
Esri Regular Contributor

ArcGIS for your institution: enabling easier access through documentation.

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CharlieFitzpatrick
Esri Regular Contributor

Want to expand access to GIS, streamline management, and vaporize trouble-shooting logins? Go single sign-on.

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GeriMiller
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As GIS has become ubiquitous for all disciplines, we have seen many questions in terms of various deployment options.  We often get questions such as “How can I use ArcGIS on Mac”, or “How do I virtualize ArcGIS”? The answers could vary, and the purpose of this blog is to describe options and considerations for providing access to ArcGIS.

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CharlieFitzpatrick
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How should K12 schools and districts set up a free ArcGIS Online Organization? Why?

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CharlieFitzpatrick
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A keystone is a small item but the crucial element that lets an arch achieve its purpose ... and there is one in every ArcGIS School Bundle.

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