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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Rob Langston: November’s GIS Ambassador
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Craig MacLachlan: Putting GIS on the map in K-12 schools in Nova Scotia
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It’s never too early to plan your fall education conferences
Find out where you can find Esri Canada’s K-12 group present and what GIS workshops they will be facilitating.
August’s GIS Ambassador: Molly Pratt
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Discover the results of the first Esri Canada Student Story Map Competition
The top 10 story map submissions included topics in history, geography and the environment.
GIS Ambassador Larisa Johnstone helps students in Essex County think spatial
Meet a passionate GIS professional who supports teachers and students in Essex County, ON applying mapping and spatial analysis to real-life concerns.
What’s new in ArcGIS Online – June update
K-12 educators will be interested to know this latest update includes new functionality including relationship mapping
Discover mapping resources for National Indigenous History Month
What ArcGIS Online education resources can you share with your students?
Get ready for GIS Day 2018! It’s never too early to begin planning
Find out how Esri Canada can support your event, and explore some of our ready to use education resources.
GIS Ambassador Steven Hills supports GIS education in Manitoba
Find out his involvement with the Skills Manitoba GIS competition and beyond.
Skills Canada GIS 2018 competition wrap up
Find out what the challenge was in each province, which school boards participated and how you can get your students involved next year.
Scholarship recipient Ben Mitten excited by future career in GIS
Discover why Ben made the change from human resources into forestry technology at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.
GIS Ambassador Hayleigh Conway supports education in the NWT
Discover Hayleigh’s GIS adventures up north and how she wants to connect with K-12 educators across Canada.
What’s new with ArcGIS Online: April 2018 update
Find out what’s new with the Map Viewer, story map templates, data and other features.
Discover Mappy Activities for Earth Day
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