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ArcGIS Pro is the latest professional desktop GIS application from Esri. With ArcGIS Pro, you can explore, visualize, and analyze data; create 2D maps and 3D scenes; and share your work to your ArcGIS Online. Learn how to create a map using online data, perform analysis, and share to ArcGIS Online.
Esri Training offers a wealth of self-paced and instructor-led training opportunities that students, faculty, and staff at the University of Redlands can take free of charge because of our special relationship with this global GIS software leader. During this Mappy Hour, we will review the catalog of opportunities and describe how you access them.
“Use Social Explorer to visualize and interact with data, create maps, charts, reports and downloads that help you reach your goals. Explore hundreds of thousands of built-in data indicators related to demography, economy, health, politics, environment, crime and more.”
“ArcGIS Field Maps is an all-in-one app that uses data-driven maps to help fieldworkers perform mobile data collection and editing, find assets and information, and report their real-time locations. ArcGIS Field Maps is the go-to field app, powered by field maps, that streamlines the critical workflows field personnel use every day.”
Business Analyst Online helps you gain location information for market analysis, site selection, and customer segmentation. Use demographic, lifestyle, and spending data alongside your own data. Create and share maps, infographics, and reports.
Community Analyst Online helps you gain location information for identifying at-risk populations, placing service centers, locating areas of interest. Use demographic, education, and healthcare data alongside your own data. Create and share maps, infographics, and reports.
Maps and digital data have played crucial roles in humanitarian aid eg. disaster response. Although it is of best interest to help local communities through generating data and features on the map, humanitarian actors and mappers should take note that we are not only mapping features (houses, roads, waterways, etc), but also mapping the land, oceans, and communities who live and are stewards of that space. With this webinar, we want to examine and discuss this balance (community digital information), decolonizing open data and open mapping, and representation and power in humanitarian mapping, among others.
Quite often, research involves using historical maps to identify locations and patterns to compare them to contemporary situations. Learn how to georeference, associate a digital image file with locations in physical space, a historical in ArcGIS Pro to enhance your research.
The GIS pathway curriculum is designed with a focus on balancing both geographic information science and the cutting-edge geospatial technologies that are suitable for beginners. By following the pathway program curriculum, undergraduates will gain a solid understanding of geographic principles, greatly improve their technical skills of using GIS software, and enhance their problem-solving capabilities through learning various applications of GIS, which eventually enables them to have a smooth transition to our highly reputable GIS graduate programs and obtain their master’s degree during their fifth year at Redlands.
“Insights for ArcGIS is an ArcGIS Online app that enables exploration of spatial and non-spatial data. The tool can be used to discover trends and identify patterns as part of an inductive reasoning process. In this workshop, we will introduce Insights for ArcGIS Online and help you complete a brief exercise in which you use the app to conduct a spatial inquiry.”
An introduction and overview on ArcGIS Online. Learn how to create data, use tools and make maps to use in StoryMaps and online applications.
Collector for ArcGIS, a mobile data collection app, makes it easy to capture accurate data and return it to the office. Fieldworkers use web maps on mobile devices to capture and edit data. Collector for ArcGIS works even when disconnected from the Internet and integrates seamlessly into ArcGIS. During this hands-on workshop, we will differentiate Collector for ArcGIS from Survey123 for ArcGIS, show how to deploy Collector, and give participants a chance to use the tool.
Esri's ArcGIS QuickCapture is a new app designed to make collecting field observations easy. In this hands-on workshop, Steve Moore will introduce you what QuickCapture can do and show you how to set up a QuickCapture template for data collection.
Esri Story Maps provide an innovative way to convey spatial narratives with live online maps, text, photos, and video. During this hands-on workshop, we will introduce you to the principles of good storytelling with maps and how to create story maps using Esri’s technology. Featured in this workshop will be Esri’s new story map builder.
Almost anything can be mapped with ArcGIS Survey123: public opinions, favorite places, safe and unsafe locations, trash bins, neighborhood artwork, political graffiti, trees, animals, and litter. In this hands-on workshop, we will introduce you to Survey123 for ArcGIS, an Esri tool used to do field data collection. Part of the Esri Geospatial Cloud, Survey123 for ArcGIS is a complete, form-centric solution for creating, sharing and analyzing surveys. Use it to create smart forms with skip logic, defaults, and support for multiple languages. Collect data via web or mobile devices, even when disconnected from the Internet. Analyze results quickly, and upload data securely for further analysis.
Besides being fun to fly, drones can be a ticket to jobs with geospatial companies, film studios, commercial photographers, law enforcement, and other employers. This workshop will cover current regulations regarding use of drones for commercial and noncommercial purposes, requirements for becoming a licensed drone pilot, and how to fly a quadcopter drone. University of Redlands Small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) Policy.