Join geographer and Esri education manager Joseph Kerski for a lively, hands-on session where you will combine multimedia (audio, video, narrative, photographs) with interactive web-based maps and tools to create story maps. These maps (https://storymaps.arcgis.com) can be used in teaching and research at any scale from local to global, and cover a multitude of themes and issues such as population change, economics, business locations, water quality, energy, natural hazards, current events, biodiversity loss, land use, and many more. These maps can be shared, accessed on any device, embedded in presentations or web pages, and combined with other multimedia.
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Earlier Event: October 29Lecture Series: Beatriz Colomina (Princeton University) - Kresge Theatre
Later Event: October 30Alan Mallach - “The Divided City”