Storytelling with Data: Story Maps and ArcGIS Online
This one-hour workshop is the first installment in a series of workshops on Storytelling with Data. Participants will learn how to make a free ArcGIS Online account and create Story Maps - webpages that tell a story through the combination of maps with narrative text, images, and other multimedia content. Story Maps are easy to make and share, and allow researchers to create and annotate their own maps and geographical data for teaching, research, or open-access publication. No prior experience with ArcGIS Online is required, although participants will benefit from having a basic familiarity with geo-spatial data (data that includes coordinate information). Please contact Heidi Dodson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rachel Starry (email@example.com) with any questions.
- Thursday, November 8, 2018
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- 310 Silverman
- North Campus
I'm the Social Science Data Curation Fellow in the Libraries for 2018-2020. I work with the Digital Scholarship Fellow, Heidi Dodson, to support data management and digital scholarship. If you work with digital tools for your research or teaching, I'd love to hear from you!