With 2020 winding down and 2021 on the way, it is a great time to start thinking about professional and personal goals. What skills and tools are you looking to add to your collection? Do you want to work towards a certification? The Esri Academy platform is a great resource to help you get started […]
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:
Great news – the cartography MOOC is back again, but you better act fast! Esri wants to help GIS professionals polish their skills – enter the latest MOOC, Cartography, from Esri’s Ken Field (@kennethfield), Edie Punt, John Nelson (@John_M_Nelson), Wesley Jones, and Nathan Shephard. While the MOOC officially started Sept 5, new members can still participate.
Time for another 5 Things on Friday, our first one of August! We’ve shared some useful tidbits this week, including: an amazing collection of imagery that takes you way back, a look at a super collaboration effort in Colorado, some must-see GIS training tips, and tips for those creating wildfire apps. Please share with us in […]
Have you looked through the Esri360 Video gallery lately? This fabulous resource is jam packed with informative, interesting, and educational content that everyone really should take advantage of. With so many users migrating to the ArcGIS Pro environment there’s likely a demand for tutorials that can help. Well, here you go!
By now we assume many of you have made the switch to ArcGIS Pro, or perhaps you’ve committed to doing so sometime this year. If not, you’ll likely be motivated to do so after you attend this year’s ESRIUC or if you take in a local Esri meetup or other GeoGeek event. Recall, ArcGIS Pro […]
We love sharing educational resources and anything else that helps students and professionals alike to advance their skills and knowledge to be applied to cool GIS and GeoTech. A shout-out here to our friends at the University of Kentucky who are promoting some fine GIS and GeoTech EDU offerings.
Migrating or making the switch to Pro doesn’t need to be scary or intimidating, although it does seem that users have been somewhat slow or apprehensive to make the switch. There are a number of resources to help you make the switch to Pro in your organization – A good place to start, once logged […]