Here’s a snapshot of upcoming events: fall User Conferences, a webinar covering everything you wanted to know about ArcGIS Maps for Office, a course on developing apps and much more.
Everything You Wanted to Know about ArcGIS Maps for Office
August 11, 1-2pm (ET)
Does your organization have data in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets? Do you want to gain new insights into this data by mapping it? With ArcGIS Maps for Office you have the power to ask location-related questions of your data and make smarter decisions. In this webinar we’ll show how you can enable Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint users to leverage the ArcGIS mapping platform without leaving the comfort of the Microsoft Office environment.
2016 Versadex Users Best Practice Training Workshop
Exploring Enterprise GIS: A Workshop for Leaders
Esri Canada User Conferences
Edmonton User Conference
Toronto User Conference
Ottawa User Conference
Fredericton User Conference
Vancouver User Conference
Regina User Conference
St. John’s User Conference
St. John’s, NL
Our annual User Conferences (UCs) continue to be the best opportunity to discover exciting new developments in Esri’s GIS solutions and to network with your peers and industry experts. Find out more about these opportunities in the Esri Canada UC Story Map.
ArcGIS 1: Introduction to GIS
August 9-10, 9 am-5 pm (ET)
This course introduces GIS concepts and ArcGIS tools used to visualize real-world features, discover patterns, obtain information and communicate that information to others. Using the ArcGIS platform, you will create GIS maps, explore the data behind the maps, and analyze maps and data as you master fundamental concepts that underlie GIS technology.
August 9-11, 9 am-5pm (ET)
ArcGIS 4: Sharing Content on the Web
September 28-30, 9 am-5 pm (ET)
This course prepares you to share geographic content so it is accessible to everyone who needs it, when they need it, however they want to access it. You will learn ArcGIS best practices to publish your organization's authoritative GIS data, maps and tools as services that can be discovered on your organization's public or private ArcGIS portal, easily accessed from desktop and online applications, and featured in web and mobile apps. Note: ArcMap is used to complete course exercises.