Links from the Virtual Poolside Gathering

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07-14-2020 05:34 AM
CharlieFitzpatrick
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From Barbaree Duke : Geographic cocktails https://vinepair.com/articles/15-cocktails-named-after-cities/

 

From Barbaree Duke : Mappy Resources - GISetc's Hub https://online-mapping-resources-geoport.hub.arcgis.com/ or. https://arcg.is/gisetcHUB

From Roger Palmer : In case you don't know I now work at Pasco Scientific designing environmental hardware to put data onto maps!!!!   Here's a climate graph map I built to start inspiring my colleagues to think how we can map more data play around  with the pop ups.  Based on most recent 30 year averages. If there is a sharing issue on the resources, just email me at:  rpalmer@pasco.com   214-533-8374 https://pascoscientific.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=16ba3032f00a4470a2fcc78f6a9a114e

From Michael Camponovo, UT Knoxville : https://twitter.com/bcredibility?lang=en  Bookcase Credibility Twitter feed

 

From Michael Camponovo, UT Knoxville : https://www.megabitess.org/

 

From Heidi Ragsdale : https://www.techgirlz.org/techshop/explore-the-world-with-story-maps-camp/

 

From Nicole Ernst : Shameless plug for GeoTech workshop: https://arcg.is/LK44O on remote sensing August 3-5

 

From Matt Winbigler : distance idea from last spring was signs of spring with Survey 123 -- grade 7 https://cloquet.maps.arcgis.com/apps/AttachmentViewer/index.html?appid=9ceed4e64b0f4ae3bfebce3a7123f...

 

From Fran Harvey : Story Map Time Capsule ~ Online Teacher PD

 

From Stanley Mubako : Had fun sharing skills from T3G in Africa last summer:

http://arcg.is/nybzG

From Rebecca Theobald : GeoCivics is looking for mappers to create a variety of Electoral District maps based on prioritizing different redistricting criteria (competitiveness, communities of interest, compactness, etc.).  Look for more information, or email Rebecca Theobald at geocivics50@gmail.com.  Check it out - https://www.uccs.edu/geocivics/

 

From Rebecca Theobald : If you are interested in a perspective on COVID-19 in China, check out my college classmate's blog (go back to December).  https://qingwendy.blogspot.com/  We used it in real time in my "Spaces of Political Geography" class. The students asked questions and she answered (all written - we thought about trying to connect in real time, but then we went to remote learning and that was not going to work).  Bottom line - my students were somewhat less shocked about stay-at-home orders because they had been reading these blog entries.

From Joseph Kerski : Because I know Amy is not going to mention this as she's so humble, check out this new article about Amy Work -  https://www.esri.com/en-us/landing-page/industry/education/2020/uc-san-diego-case-study

 

From Joseph Kerski : Mapping Hour - https://mappinghour-k12.hub.arcgis.com/

 

From Joseph Kerski : If you need to georeference an image in ArcGIS Pro, here are a few videos of mine for how-to's - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg7gvuYZq0c

 

From Laura Bowden : Data Science E-Learning Guide: https://www.esri.com/training/assets/downloads/Higher_Ed_Guide_Esri_Spatial_Data_Science.pdf

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ShanaCrosson1
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How did I miss the email about this event? So sorry to miss seeing all of you! Thanks for sharing all this great work. My recent project include a StoryMap site at the University of Minnesota and a fun post I wrote for ESRI's StoryMaps team about accessibility