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  • GIS Adventures with Mark Miller

    GIS Adventures with Mark Miller

    Read this blog to learn how Mark Miller is using GIS in his teaching and what his students have done with ArcGIS Online.

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  • Young GIS scholars: win a trip to the Esri UC

    Young GIS scholars: win a trip to the Esri UC

    The Esri Young Scholar Award recognizes work in geospatial sciences by students from around the world.

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  • Use ArcGIS Online to document the connection between Black History and music

    Use ArcGIS Online to document the connection between Black History and music

    Read this blog to learn how your students can create story maps that highlight African influences in modern music.

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  • How to prepare your students for the Skills Ontario GIS Competition

    How to prepare your students for the Skills Ontario GIS Competition

    The Skills Ontario GIS Competition is quickly approaching. It’s a great opportunity for students to showcase what they’ve learned about GIS.

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  • Frank King: The Original GIS Ambassador

    Frank King: The Original GIS Ambassador

    Learn more about Frank King, who has been sharing his GIS knowledge with students since before Esri Canada launched the GIS Ambassador program.

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  • Explore the top news stories of 2016 via Esri Story Maps

    Explore the top news stories of 2016 via Esri Story Maps

    Esri Story Maps are a great way to showcase multimedia stories. Read this blog to see the top news stories of 2016 via story maps.

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  • How GIS Ambassador, Ian Manning is inspiring students

    How GIS Ambassador, Ian Manning is inspiring students

    Read this blog to learn how a GIS Ambassador can teach your students the importance of mapping and GIS in your community.

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  • Find out what’s new with ArcGIS Online – December 2016 update

    Find out what’s new with ArcGIS Online – December 2016 update

    Learn about the most recent updates and enhancements for ArcGIS Online.

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  • K-12 Teachers: share your GIS adventures with us

    K-12 Teachers: share your GIS adventures with us

    Are you a K-12 teacher in Canada? Have you been using GIS in your teaching? If so, read this blog to find out how your story can be featured on our blog.

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  • ArcGIS Online resources highlighting Maritimes geography and history

    ArcGIS Online resources highlighting Maritimes geography and history

    Explore these ArcGIS Online resources to learn more about the Maritimes.

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  • Congratulations to the Canadian winners of Esri’s Global Content Challenge

    Congratulations to the Canadian winners of Esri’s Global Content Challenge

    This year, Esri launched the Global Content Challenge (GCC) for students around the world and 7 Canadian students were among the winners.

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  • Esri Canada launches new higher education website

    Esri Canada launches new higher education website

    Learn more about the new microsite for higher education, which provides access to resources for students, instructors and researchers at colleges and universities.

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  • 6 Reasons Why You Should Get Involved in GIS Day, 2017

    6 Reasons Why You Should Get Involved in GIS Day, 2017

    GIS Day is an opportunity to invite a GIS Ambassador to share their experience with your students and highlight the importance of maps.

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  • Esri Canada Launches New K-12 Education Website

    Esri Canada Launches New K-12 Education Website

    Esri Canada recently launched a new website and we have created a new K-12 microsite that will allow users to access resources and information easily.

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  • Create a story of remembrance using primary source documents

    Create a story of remembrance using primary source documents

    Remembrance Day is a time of reflection and an opportunity to learn about our country’s military history.

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  • UW Geomatics Entrance Scholarship winner gains experience with Esri software

    UW Geomatics Entrance Scholarship winner gains experience with Esri software

    Find out about Luke Zettel, one of this year’s Esri Canada Geomatics Entrance Scholarship winners at the University of Waterloo. Esri Canada has a number of programs and initiatives to support the...

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  • Michael Li: Promoting GIS to First Nations Community Schools Across Manitoba

    Michael Li: Promoting GIS to First Nations Community Schools Across Manitoba

    GIS is a tool that can be used to foster spatial literacy, cross curriculum learning and support project-based learning initiatives in classrooms across the country.

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  • K-12 educators: Learn about GIS at a conference near you

    K-12 educators: Learn about GIS at a conference near you

    Attending conferences and workshops is an effective way to network with other educators and to find useful resources and tools that can enhance your teaching.

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  • Students use mapping technology to learn about a mining company in their community

    Students use mapping technology to learn about a mining company in their community

    A great way to engage students in learning is to connect with local businesses in your community.

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  • K-12 Educators: Fall online sessions to sharpen your ArcGIS Online skills

    Are you ready to learn about ArcGIS Online in order to integrate it into your teaching this school year?

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