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AlexaVlahakis
Esri Contributor

In this webinar, on July 31st at 10:00 a.m. (PT), you will learn about free resources that you can use in your classroom now, including maps, data, software, and activities. Discover how to quickly integrate spatial tools to enhance your teaching.

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JosephKerski
Esri Notable Contributor

How can Earth changes be effectively, quickly, and engagingly taught?  How can remote sensing principles be taught in an interactive way?  The new Landsat Explorer app can serve as a tool, method, and a data set to do just that, as this essay and lesson explains. 

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JosephKerski
Esri Notable Contributor

You and your students can powerfully and easily examine current events using Web GIS data and tools.  This essay models the examination of one such current event, the Smokehouse Creek wildfire, which is sadly consuming much terrain in Texas and impacting many lives. 

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JosephKerski
Esri Notable Contributor

One of the topics I frequently write and teach about is how to find, evaluate, and use geospatial data.  Given the advance of the open data movement, the plethora of geospatial data libraries, portals, and Hub sites, and the increasing ease of bringing that data into ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, and other tools, is such a course still needed?  I submit that it is needed more than ever, for the reasons I describe in this article.  This article also contains the content for this much-needed course. 

 

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RosemaryBoone
Esri Regular Contributor

The use of location data in data science brings new insights to problem-solving across various industries.

Join us on December 7, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., for the webinar Discover the Power of Spatial Data Science for Advancing Knowledge.

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

Follow along as I use ChatGPT to create CSV, geojson, and KML data. We'll discover where fact meets fiction and the gray area between.

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JosephKerski
Esri Notable Contributor

The means by which the results of your field investigations can be displayed in maps and story maps continues to expand. This essay features several key ways this can be done with a focus on using Map Tour Story Maps to guide map readers through the results of your investigations on tree species, water quality, weather, historic homes, and other field-collected data. 

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TomBaker
Esri Regular Contributor

I recently upgraded my free ChatGPT account to a paid version.  Paid versions include beta features like plugins and the Code Interpreter.  Using the GPT-4 model, I added a plugin designed to describe images in text.  It is a bit like “reverse engineering” an AI prompt that might be used in an AI image generator.  The plugin I used for this post is called SceneXplain.

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BrianBaldwin
Esri Regular Contributor

The goal of this short blog is to dive into a couple of the updates that I found to be the most relevant for the education community.

The topics I am going to review include:

  • Administration – delete users, review storage, and accessibility improvements
  • Data Pipelines – new data ‘magic wand’ tool for ArcGIS Online
  • Raster Analysis – raster functions in MapViewer

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AlexaVlahakis
Esri Contributor

We are excited to announce the 2023 ArcGIS StoryMaps Competition on Earth Day. The competition opens July 10th, but you can get a head start.

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