Esri Canada Launches New K-12 Education Website

December 2, 2016 Angela Alexander

Keeping our website fresh and up-to-date is essential to providing support for our users. Esri Canada recently launched a new website and we have created a new microsite that will allow K-12 users to access resources and other information more easily. Read this blog to learn about our new site and how you can access the resources you need for your next class.

Earlier this week, the new Esri Canada website went live.  As part of the new redesign, a K-12 microsite for education - k12.esri.ca has been introduced to allow us to provide content that is more relevant to the needs of our users in this area. We’ve compiled some of the important links that you will find useful to begin or continue your GIS journey.

We would love to hear from you. Please share your impressions of the new K-12 microsite for education at k12@esri.ca.

 

About the Author

Angela Alexander

Angela Alexander is a K-12 Education Resource Developer on the Esri Canada Education and Research team. She has over six years of experience working with educators across Canada. Angela is responsible for producing geographic information system (GIS) and curriculum specific resources, conducting and creating custom workshops for educators and judging and developing the question for the annual GIS Skills Ontario competition in Waterloo, Ontario. Angela has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Sociology from the University of Western Ontario and completed the Applied Digital Geography and GIS certificate program at Ryerson University.

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