IS&T RCS Tutorial - Introduction to ArcGIS Online, Part Two

This tutorial is Part Two of a two part series. ArcGIS Online is a cloud platform, developed by ESRI, that provides a collection of tools and services that allows one to create interactive web maps that can be published and shared with the world. Explore some examples in the ESRI lesson gallery.In this Part Two, we will use ArcGIS Online to complete an ESRI provided excerise “Get Started with Map Viewer”, where we will create a map showing the locations of Hawaii’s volcanoes, volcano shleters, and volcano hazard zones. We will find and import data into a map, apply symbology to the data, publish the map as a Geo App, and then explore tools for creating a Story Map.No software installation is required; just an internet connection and an internet browser. For those who register for this tutorial, a BU ArcGIS Online account will be created prior to the tutorial for free. More information about account creation can be found here.Prerequisite: Introduction to GIS TheoryRelated Tutorials: Introduction to ArcGIS Pro

When 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on Thursday, September 24, 2020
Location Zoom - Registered attendees will be emailed the Zoom link approximately two days before the tutorial