StoryMaps and Web Mapping with ArcGIS Online
This workshop is being offered remotely via Zoom only. Registrants will receive a Zoom link; those on the waitlist will not receive a Zoom link unless they are bumped up to a registered spot. The day after the workshop, registrants and those on the waitlist will receive a link to the workshop recording.
Creating maps for the web is an excellent way to visualize information and communicate research. Attend this online workshop to learn how fun it can be to make sharable, interactive maps. ArcGIS Online is a popular web mapping platform used for online data analysis and visualization. The Story Maps feature allows users to make informative, map-based webpages without any coding! Examples can be found here.
This hands-on, guided workshop will begin with a short overview of the capabilities of ArcGIS Online. The rest of the workshop will focus on how to create Story Maps. By the end of the workshop, attendees will understand the basic functions of ArcGIS Online - such as adding and storing data and sharing web maps – and will be able to create their own beautiful, interactive Story Maps.
This workshop is offered by University Libraries and will be led by librarian Phil McDaniel.
Note: While everyone is welcome to join this workshop, we can only facilitate access to ArcGIS Online for UNC-Chapel Hill affiliates.
- Tuesday, February 7, 2023
- 2:00pm - 3:30pm
- Davis Library Research Hub
- Tia Francis & Philip McDaniel
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