- Adding Live Web Cams to your 3D Maps
- Analyzing Coordinates Before Mapping Them, Pine Creek High School, Colorado Springs
- Analyzing Unusual Imagery Around the World Using ARCGis Explorer Online
- Comparing the Regional Spatial Distribution of Two Businesses in ArcGIS Explorer
- Education Community
- Lessons Learned in Bringing GPS Coordinates and Field Data to GIS
- Map Your Photos with ArcGIS Explorer Online
- Map Your Photos with ArcGIS Explorer Online - Automating the Process
- Mapping the Spatial Pattern of Businesses in your Community
- Mapping the Spatial Distribution of Golf Courses
- Mapping the Spatial Distribution of Your Students
- Geocaching Colorado
- Modern Treasure Hunts for the Whole Family, Dave Caldwell, The New York Times, December 9, 2010
- Additionally, if you already own the book, there are 10 Free online exercises, along with data for use from ArcGIS Online. Access this data by following this link.
- Topics include assessing the impacts of potential climate change on coasts, ecoregions, population, and land cover, globally, analyzing floods and floodplains along the Front Range, Colorado, and analyzing land use and sustainability in Brazil.
MapStory - MapStory.org provides a free and open source platform for organizing data about how the world changes over time and space. To get started on your own MapStory projects, create an account and spend some time with the Get Started, Get Skills and Get Involved pages. Check out the questions users are asking at help.mapstory.org and the discussion ongoing on the Community Journal. MapStory.org is operated and sustained by the MapStory Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in the United States, and the global user community which takes on a variety of leadership roles. Read more about the Foundation and various press coverage and details. The global user community is anchored by a set of core community ethics and a Terms of Service policy. A set of core committing developers keep the platform running, and the Volunteer Technical Community lends a hand to users who need help with their projects.
Maps and the Geospatial Revolution - In this salute to GIS Day ESRI uses ArcGlobe 3D Analyst and ArcMap to provide multiple perspectives of Earth. Special thanks to Digital Globe and EarthSat for their images used in this video.
- offered through Penn State, this course brings together core concepts in cartography, geographic information systems, and spatial thinking with real-world examples to provide the fundamentals necessary to engage with Geography beyond the surface-level. Next session begins July 17th, 2013.