Workshop summary Driven by Esri's ArcGIS Online, Story Maps are a great way to share your information and tell your story to a wide variety of stakeholders! While graphs, charts, PowerPoint presentations, and maps have been commonly used sharing information projects, towns, lakes, etc., interactive visual stories are a more powerful way to engage a range of audiences. Story Maps have dramatically expanded the ability of people to present information in a compelling online format for free (or nearly so) without any coding knowledge.
This workshop focuses on helping participants learn how to tell their stories through interactive, photo-based Story Maps, currently the Esri Classic Story Map templates of Map Tour and Shortlist. This workshop will be updated over time as more capabilities become available in the new ArcGIS StoryMap template. To learn about narrative-driven Story Maps, please consider our Telling Your Story with Maps | Narrative-Driven workshop.
Participants will learn to create and edit photo-based Story Maps
Software discussed ArcGIS Online | Classic Story Maps | ArcGIS StoryMaps
Templates covered Map Tour | Shortlist
Length 9:00am to noon
Dates Events Calendar
Format IN-PERSON - instructor and students in same location | REMOTE - students attend via web conference
Cost $79 standard in-person | $69 reduced in-person | $59 remote
Cost note reduced rate applies to educational, non-profit, and governmental participants
Note Experience with ArcGIS Online is suggested for this workshop. If you have not previously worked with ArcGIS Online, consider taking our Getting to Know ArcGIS Online workshop.
Contact content - email Shane Bradt or call (603) 862-4277 | logistics - email Jen Adie or call (603) 862-1029