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Monday, October 29
 

10:30am

Education Track. Transforming UNH Cooperative Extension Outreach with ArcGIS Online, Story Maps, and Mobile Mapping
AUTHORS: Shane Bradt, UNH Cooperative Extension

ABSTRACT: While geospatial technologies have been taught as a topic and employed in outreach at UNH Cooperative Extension for nearly two decades, the recent increased use of ArcGIS Online and related applications have made substantial improvements to outreach programs in New Hampshire. Once focused on desktop GIS and standard GPS units, the Geospatial Technologies Training Center now teaches a variety of workshops on online and mobile mapping technologies, including ArcGIS Online, Story Maps, crowdsource mapping, Survey123 and Collector. In addition to helping the NH public learn how to put these technologies to use in their lives, UNH Cooperative Extension has begun incorporating ArcGIS Online-base approaches across a variety of outreach programs, as well as, for internal communication and collaboration. While some applications of ArcGIS Online have served simply as a way to improve web-based communication with the public, others have deeply changed the way in which programming is delivered. In these cases, not only has ArcGIS Online allowed UNH Cooperative Extension to create new programming, it has allowed the organization to reach new audiences. Come join this session to learn how UNH Cooperative Extension is using ArcGIS Online for outreach and share examples of your own outreach using online mapping.


Monday October 29, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
Alabama
 
Tuesday, October 30
 

4:00pm

Enterprise GIS #2 Track. Implementing an ArcGIS Hub: Tips and Tricks and Lessons Learned
AUTHORS: Nicholas Floersch, Katie Budreski, David Healy – Stone Environmental, Inc.

ABSTRACT: The ArcGIS Hub is a new data-driven approach to frame a community's open data, and engage with that community, and its constituents, around specific community initiatives and goals. Stone is working with a Vermont community to develop an ArcGIS Hub solution within their ArcGIS Online environment. We will share our approach to gaining interest from non-GIS audiences, defining a framework for outlining initiative content, collecting and centralizing a community's data, developing stories around the community's data, and using the contextualized data to engage the community towards its initiatives. We will also discuss strategies for ongoing maintenance.


Tuesday October 30, 2018 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Alabama