Have you been thinking of exploring the world of ArcGIS Online? Well check out our new tutorials called ArcGIS Online Six by Six for Canadian educators to apply Web-based GIS lessons to their classrooms to learn about this Web-based GIS. Each activity covers a task that can be completed in six minutes and is customized by province and territory.
Our new ArcGIS Online Six by Six tutorials are a great way to get started with ArcGIS Online. We’ve created a tutorial for each province and territory that includes six activities with tasks that can be completed in six minutes using ArcGIS Online. The tutorials are an ideal resource for K-12 educators to see quickly how they can begin using Web GIS in their teaching.
The following activities are included in each of the tutorials:
See Your World - Search and find areas of your province or territory to explore on a Web map.
Measure and Mark Your World -Measure distances between places in your province or territory and create a map note to identify a location or region on a Web map.
Explore Your World -Search and add data layers to a Web map.
Expand Your World: Open a saved map- Explore an existing Web map.
App the World: Try out a focused app - Explore a Web application (app) on a focused topic.
Create the World: Make an earthquake map - Find free earthquake data (csv table) online and add it to a Web map.
A Story of BC Wildfires 2015 is a Web application (app) included in the ArcGIS Online Six by Six for British Columbia Educators tutorial.
Try the tutorial for your region today!
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
Find other Esri Canada resources at www.esri.ca/lessonplanner.
This post was edited on Feb. 23.
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