The Challenge UMass Lowell (UML) was looking for a campus viewer application that didn’t rely on Flash based software, as it would no longer be supported after 2019. The solution needed to support the large amount of data they wanted to share, offer some options for custom searching and module development, and be supported on […]
By teaching others, educators introduce their students to the tools they’ll use to build their futures. As such, it is important to make resources available to support educators – especially in rapidly changing fields like GIS. We have collected some of our favorite resources and tools for educators interested in incorporating GIS into their curriculum. […]
By now you’ve probably heard about Clean My Org, a fabulous tool for ArcGIS administrators, that was released in March. The tool is primarily for ArcGIS administrators, who can easily realize many of the benefits of using it. For the GIS administrators in education, Clean My Org is likely the “WOW technology” that you’ve been […]
When thinking about the New Year, typically we look at learning a skill or getting better at something. Professional Development may not be the first thing you wanted to work on this year, but it should definitely be on the list. Here are 9 ways you can work on your professional development skills this year:
Hello September! With the latest turn of the calendar page, we welcome signs of the fall season. We say “Hello, Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL)”, and we welcome teachers and students back to the classroom.
ArcGIS Online is widely used in higher education (and K-12) across the United States and throughout the world. Every week, we are pleased to greet several new high schools, colleges, and universities, welcoming them to the Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online user family. It is awesome to know we are assisting GIS administrators and helping support their […]
No doubt, you’ve heard us discuss how important the GIS EDU community is to us, particularly for the EDU users of Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online. With a new term just around the corner for most high schools, colleges, and universities, there are lots of GIS housekeeping tasks to do to prepare for incoming classes.
There’s no question that Story Maps and the Story Map templates are valuable and useful for many things. There are crowd-sourced story maps, some are strictly map based, some share news and event information, others are used to gather crowd-sourced information, and then some stories walk you through a visual experience told through photos and […]