Online story maps course for educators Jan-Feb 2018

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JosephKerski
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I am teaching the following course through eNet Learning that begins right after New Year's Day 2018:

This course will enable participants to understand why stories can be effectively told with today’s interactive, web-based story maps, learn how to teach and assess student work with story maps, and learn how to create story maps that incorporate sounds, video, photographs, narrative, and other multimedia.  Through readings, videos, quizzes, discussion with your colleagues, and hands-on activities, you will learn how and why to create story maps using the ArcGIS Online platform and be confident that you can use these tools in your instruction.

Each week there will be a short video, readings, reflections, hands-on activities, network and sharing time, and a short quiz for you to assess your learning.

The course is a-synchronous, in that you do the work of week 1 SOMETIME during week 1, not at a specified time.  That way, you do the work when it is most convenient for you!

See below link to register and for more information:

Telling Your Story with ESRI Story Maps | eNetLearning 

Preview of coming attractions - Video from the course:

eNet Story Maps Online Course, Module 0 - YouTube 

--Joseph Kerski 

What would you like to map?

About the Author
I believe that spatial thinking can transform education and society through the application of Geographic Information Systems for instruction, research, administration, and policy. I hold 3 degrees in Geography, have served at NOAA, the US Census Bureau, and USGS as a cartographer and geographer, and teach a variety of F2F (Face to Face) (including T3G) and online courses. I have authored a variety of books and textbooks about the environment, STEM, GIS, and education. These include "Interpreting Our World", "Essentials of the Environment", "Tribal GIS", "The GIS Guide to Public Domain Data", "International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning with GIS In Secondary Education", "Spatial Mathematics" and others. I write for 2 blogs, 2 monthly podcasts, and a variety of journals, and have created over 5,000 videos on the Our Earth YouTube channel. Yet, as time passes, the more I realize my own limitations and that this is a lifelong learning endeavor and thus I actively seek mentors and collaborators.