Gear Up Your GIS for Summer

Got summer plans? GIS can enhance your experiences, whether at a teacher workshop, on a family road trip, strolling the neighborhood, or planning for fall classes.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • When to use different Esri licenses
  • Tips for Survey123 offline and as diary
  • Novel uses for surveys, StoryMaps, & Python
  • Tips & tricks for teacher workshops or fall classes

If you have kids in your life or want to get some great tools for working with kids, join us!


Resources

·        https://www.arcgis.com = launchpad for explorations​

·        https://arcg.is/1jCyqi = GPS/GPX Basics​

·        https://esriurl.com/appsinschools = What data collection app to use when​

·        https://esriurl.com/survey123offline = Go offline with Survey123​

·        http://esriurl.com/geoprojects = GeoProjects​

·        https://esriurl.com/EduAssessments = Assessments​

·        https://trbaker.github.io/storyMapReadability/ = Storymap readability​

·        https://esriurl.com/expeditions = Virtual field trips

·        https://esri.com/schools = "Home" (pull down: 4 "Roles" each lead to software info)​

·        https://esriurl.com/usk12gis = map of School Bundle sites in USA (and more)​

·        https://esriurl.com/geomentors  = guidance for helping teachers get into GIS​

·        https://esriurl.com/agoschoolcomp  = ArcGIS Online Competition for US HS+MS Students

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