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CanserinaKurnia
Esri Regular Contributor

2024 Esri Imagery and remote Sensing Educators Summit is an annual virtual event on May 22, 2024, hosted by Esri Education team, in collaboration with other teams at Esri and academic partners.  

Here are links to resources presented during the event.

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BrianBaldwin
Esri Regular Contributor

This is the 3rd blog in a 6-part series highlighting the core concepts of a Modern GIS. To view the other blog posts – please visit this page Modern GIS Core Concepts

Over the past few years, Esri’s Education team have been discussing the technology shift and the need for GIS coursework to move from desktop-centric patterns to those that include the web. Desktop GIS is still an integral part of the story – but it is no longer the focus of the story. Desktop GIS is vital for data management, advanced analysis, and cartographic production – but many of those workflows are now part of a web-based context. Desktop tools can now seamlessly consume web-based services published by authoritative geospatial agencies and individuals across the globe. Desktop GIS can publish map services and layers to the cloud – to be consumed by web-based applications and tools, and desktop GIS can edit and manage web-based data and layers.

Through this series, we are asking: So, what does a course look like that focuses on the fundamentals of GIS but adjusts to a more web-centric paradigm?

In this blog, we will be looking at spatial analysis.

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

The Esri K12 team will be at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Denver, Colorado on June 23-26. We will in the exhibit hall in booth 640.

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

An Atlas is a type of an ArcGIS Instant App – and really easy to create if you already have an ArcGIS Group that contains the maps or data you want to appear in the Atlas. In this blog I show three ways to manually embed your atlas or atlas content into a storymap.

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

Grab your virtual reality headset and get over to these ten storymaps with virtual field trips.

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

Explore the growth and value of standards-based, "curriculum-first" instructional materials for use in K12 classrooms.

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BrianBaldwin
Esri Regular Contributor

This is the 2nd blog in a 6-part series highlighting the core concepts of a Modern GIS.

Over the past few years, Esri’s Education team have been discussing the technology shift and the need for GIS coursework to move from desktop-centric patterns to those that include the web. Desktop GIS is still an integral part of the story – but it is no longer the focus of the story. Desktop GIS is vital for data management, advanced analysis, and cartographic production – but many of those workflows are now part of a web-based context. Desktop tools can now seamlessly consume web-based services published by authoritative geospatial agencies and individuals across the globe. Desktop GIS can publish map services and layers to the cloud – to be consumed by web-based applications and tools, and desktop GIS can edit and manage web-based data and layers.

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Imago Mundi, Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin FRCP(Glasg), CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

How do I change the layer visibilty on this thing?

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Jason_Sawle
Esri Contributor

Powerful tools to help students quantify change and predict the future!

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BrianBaldwin
Esri Regular Contributor

“Building web applications,” “updating dashboards,” “automating geospatial processes,” “performing data collection,” “implementing enterprise-wide GIS projects,” “maintaining layers,” “creating maps,” “managing servers.”

While each job posting alone doesn’t tell us much, after a few hours of perusing, one can get a clear sense of the core skills and knowledge that employers are seeking in today’s job market.

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

Be sure to drop by the Esri booth #336 at the 2024 Conference on Science Education in Denver, CO.  

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