GeoMentors! Meredith, a professor in CT, is seeking GIS work from local organizations that students can assist with as their course project to gain practical, problem-solving GIS experience. Have anything you'd like free student help with at your organization? Email email@example.com.
Across the U.S., high school and middle school students are exploring their world and creating interesting map products with ArcGIS Online. Esri now challenges students to create and share maps about something in their home states, working to be among the best in the school, state, and nation. The ArcGIS Online US School Competition 2017 is open…(Show moreShow less)
Calling GeoMentors in Florida! We have 2 new Educators seeking assistance! Lauretta in Oak Park and Dicque in Cocao Beach who specifically wants help with "Teaching GIS to 1st -3rd year students in classroom using ArcMap 10.4.1 workbooks & software". Let's get them the help they need! Contact info in online DB bit.ly/1KLnQXh
I am developing maps for my school organization in ArcGIS Pro. I was thinking that I could just sign-in to ArcGIS Online through ArcGIS Pro and transfer the map or layer to the school organization. That is what I do with my own organizational account. Apparently that is not possible, because the school organization is not authorized to use ArcGIS Pro.
How are other GeoMentors handling this transfer of layers and maps?
Rock S. Agbunag, Information Services Manager St. Johns County, Florida What was your favorite class in K-12? Growing up in the Philippines, we had a class called Citizen Army Training. We were thought basic military drills, reading maps (I guess it all started here), and basic survival skills. When I moved to the US and still learning the…(Show moreShow less)