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Posts Tagged: Story Maps
There may not be a map to the future, but Esri’s story map technology certainly seems to be taking us in the right direction.
During GovLoop’s May 21 online training, Become A Smart Community Using Tools You Have, But Probably Don’t Know About, Esri’s Director of Government Markets, Christopher Thomas, and Hub Program Manager, Brenda Wolfe, demonstrated how geospatial technology enhances efficiency across the public sector. GIS apps on the ArcGIS platform are immediately deployable and easily configured forRead… Read more »
At last night’s GovLoop Esri Meet Up: Maps Bring Your Story to Life, GIS lovers gathered to learn about and discuss one of Esri’s most successful applications- Story Maps! The event began with presentations from Esri workers, a real story map user at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and a story map expertRead… Read more »
Storytelling is a fundamental part of our culture. Through images and narrative, any story has the ability to captivate an audience. Esri took this concept and elevated it to another level through ArcGIS Story Maps. Story maps combine interactive and multimedia components to fully engage audiences in their map’s content. Government agencies across the worldRead… Read more »
50 years ago President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. There’s been a lot of fascinating coverage of President Kennedy’s life, serving as a reminder of the power of his words and the lasting impact he has made on society. If you’re looking to learn more about president Kennedy, Esri has created a great story mapRead… Read more »