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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Today, many options exist for using images in ArcGIS Online, including web mapping applications such as story maps.  Choose a method that works best for your situation and needs. I have summarized some key methods in this document, which are a subset of the many methods that are valid.  I have included the use of images in ArcGIS Online, Flickr,… (Show more)
cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Story maps ROCK! Ever since their initial appearance, they have driven huge attention. Everyone wants to see a story map about their special topic; some want to make one. Good story maps take time and expertise to construct, just like writing a meaningful letter, generating effective images, and building powerful maps. A good story map is all… (Show more)
cfitzpatrick-esristaff
There is a science to troubleshooting. Like the NPR Car Talk guys do, you need to think like Sherlock Holmes. Nobody can help you troubleshoot without data -- not Sherlock, not Tom&Ray, not Esri's Tech Support folks. You need to be scientific in troubleshooting. Once you are, you can usually troubleshoot things yourself. You can also teach others… (Show more)
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
"Premium Content" in ArcGIS Online is one of the great benefits of using ArcGIS Online. It is found in the Living Atlas, which means it is curated, set up to work well, with good metadata, and in some cases it's VERY up-to-date.   How do I know if layer is "premium content"? The best way to tell is to look for for the indicator when adding data… (Show more)
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
I've been using GeoNet for a while. Here are my helpful hints, in graphics. What else would you add? IMAGE 1of4 (click to biggerize) -- Basic navigation     IMAGE 2of4 (don't bother biggerizing) -- Personalize     IMAGE 3of4 -- Let people know who you are and what you do     IMAGE 4of4 -- Where to go? (click to biggerize)
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Entries to the ArcGIS Online Competition for US HS+MS need to be either "presentations," "web apps," or "story maps." There are various pointers to each of these, and more all the time. As I encounter more, I will add to this list, and encourage you to reply to this post with other publicly visible helping hints.   Presentations AGO Help Doc:… (Show more)
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lorihare
As you may know, the Power of Data (POD) Project is a professional development program that enables secondary teachers to increase students’ content knowledge, 21st century skills and awareness of geospatial technology careers through Geospatial Inquiry and data analysis.   We are seeking 15 exceptional professional development coordinators,… (Show more)
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
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 more)
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cfitzpatrick-esristaff
Want to do a simple crowdsourcing activity? Want to engage students in exploring areas around school, across the state, or spanning the country, using both demographic and landscape data? Want to make it an activity based on your students’ choices? Want to use the analysis powers in an ArcGIS Online Organization? Try the “Community Round Mile.”  … (Show more)
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