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What’s new with Story Maps?

Esri Story Maps are powerful online communication tools which can incorporate maps, videos, images, text and other webpages. Story Maps can be created without any special skills in GIS or coding, making them useful for people across a range of technical skill levels. As Story Map capabilities have evolved, the potential for their use in outreach has become ever more compelling. This webinar will cover basic information about Esri Story Maps and highlight some of the recent updates to Story Maps which further increase their usefulness for Cooperative Extension.

Previous webinars about similar topics
https://learn.extension.org/events/2402

The maps featured in the webinar
https://clear3.uconn.edu/viewers/ctstory/  by Emily Wilson, UConn
http://bit.ly/first3years  by Emily Lord, UNH Cooperative Extension
http://bit.ly/somersworthFI  by Casey Hancock, UNH Cooperative Extension
https://nhrabbitreports.org/  by Haley Andreozzi, UNH Cooperative Extension
http://bit.ly/nhcrowd  by NH Department of Environmental Services
http://bit.ly/greatbaytrash  by Emily Lord, UNH Cooperative Extension
http://bit.ly/spookymaptour
http://bit.ly/StoryMapTypes by Shane Bradt, UNH Cooperative Extension

Useful links about Story Maps
https://storymaps.arcgis.com/
https://mapasyst.org
https://www.arcgis.com/home/signin.html

Story Map Accessibility Information
Do the Story Map apps comply with web accessibility standards and Section 508?
ArcGIS Online Voluntary Product Accessibility Template

Created by Mark Locklear

Primary Audience: Extension Professionals