Slides and recordings from a recent hands-on workshop that I co-taught with my colleague for a university community of practitioners have been published. The workshop was coordinated by a university librarian and its focus was to give skills and confidence to those instructors and researchers who had been using ArcMap for many years, and were now embarking on their own pathway using ArcGIS Pro.
At the Applied Geography Conference (AGX), I recently conducted a hands-on workshop focused on how to teach with and conduct research with the ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App. I share the workshop slides and videos so that you also can take advantage of these amazing capabilities and rich data sets for your own teaching and research.
There are a handful of fun and engaging fantasy maps in ArcGIS Online.And, while I probably didn’t get all of them, I assembled a group of maps and shared through the Instant App template, called Atlas.
National Geographic MapMaker is the new app and data perfect for bringing maps to you K-12 classroom. We've created skill builders - short videos and step-by-step written guides - to help you (and your students) use the app.
Over the weekend – I saw this crazy headline that went something along the lines of ‘Workers Smash Hole Through Great Wall of China’ – let’s just say I was a bit skeptical. I’m also sure that anyone’s mental image of what transpired looked similar to mine.
I conducted a workshop on comparing field data collection apps--ArcGIS Field Maps, ArcGIS Survey123, and ArcGIS QuickCapture, and wanted to share the content beyond those who could participate in the session, to the wider community. I do hope this resource is helpful!