Watch the webinar recording Integrating Spatial Data Science into Your Course Content that took place on Monday, May 2, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. (PDT) and learn about resources to incorporate spatial data science into your teaching.
Warning. Only proceed if you consider yourself a geogeek.
Survey123 has a great data and analysis page that can be shared to your organization or the world. What happens when you want those charts, graphs, or word clouds to show up in your storymap - without making the reader see ALL of the data you've collected?
This is an HTML code "hack" and not a part of Survey123 or Storymaps.
Where can I find geospatial data? How do I know if that data is any good? How can I teach about societal issues around data? In this truly "big data" GIS world in which we live, work, and teach, these topics are more important than ever. This new presentation and accompanying videos addresses each of these 3 data-focused topics and offers practical ways to find, assess, and teach about data and society within GIS and other courses.
You might have heard the first U.S. 2020 Census results were recently released. For some of us, the arrival of new U.S. Census data is as exciting as Christmas! (Of course, not everyone is such a data nerd, but humor me...)
In this essay I share the resources that I created for the Closing and Social Hour at the Esri Imagery and Remote Sensing Educators Summit, held April 2021, in the hopes that it will be useful to the community.