Web-based Storytelling: An Introduction to ArcGIS StoryMaps

Web-based Storytelling: An Introduction to ArcGIS StoryMaps

Tell your story with data and multi-media platform: ArcGIS StoryMaps.

Want to make a map that will help you share the stories being uncovered through your research and make them accessible to a broader audience? Want to give your students an opportunity to engage with spatial thinking and work on an exciting digital project? ArcGIS StoryMaps allows you to weave an inspiring and interactive narrative by combining text, maps, and multimedia content – images, videos, and embeds – to communicate information through engaging and user-friendly web mapping applications.

Who Should Attend:  No GIS experience necessary. Open to anyone curious or interested in learning more about the ArcGIS StoryMaps platform and how they might use it in teaching, learning or research.

Technical requirements:  This is a virtual workshop. All hands-on work will be web browser-based.

Digital Borderlands is a three-year grant project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Our goal is to produce and disseminate new, open-access humanities scholarship on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands by integrating library services into a collaborative research process that emphasizes data-intensive, digital storytelling. 

Questions about this workshop can be sent to Alana Varner, Digital Borderlands Program Coordinator alanav@arizona.edu.

 

Related LibGuide: GIS & Geospatial Data by Jeffrey Oliver

Date:
Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Time:
10:00am - 12:00pm
Library:
Research Engagement
Audience:
  UA campus     UA faculty & instructors     UA graduate students     UA students     UA undergraduates  
Categories:
  Digital humanities     GIS     Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 16 seats available.