This Web Seminar provides an overview of how ArcGIS Online can be used in the classroom. Instruction is provided about how students can integrate maps, text and multimedia in a secure, online environment to tell a story. Directions for accessing free ArcGIS Online curriculum-focused resources produced by Esri Canada’s Education and Research group are given.
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