This webinar is part of the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation’s Spring 2021 Webinar Series.

In this presentation, Annie Tucker (Education and Outreach Archivist), will show how ArcGIS StoryMaps, a platform that combines text with ArcGIS mapping, has gained prominence as a user-friendly tool for presenting place-based narratives. This introductory workshop will discuss the history and growing use of StoryMaps, and provide demonstrations of core features and tools. A number of specific StoryMaps will be examined to illustrate how different fields have utilized the platform to share research, describe projects, and document multi-use landscapes.

This webinar is scheduled for Friday, April 2nd, 2021, 10:00-11:00am PST.

Pre-registration is required, and is limited to 25 participants. This webinar will be recorded and made publicly available online.

Questions? Please contact us at: cdsc.info@wsu.edu

Image credit: ShakataGaNai. “Grass Fields and Rolling Hills in the East Bay Area, California. Mt Diablo Can Be Seen in the Rear Right of the Picture.” Wikimedia Commons, 9 Nov. 2009, commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Grass_fields_and_rolling_hills.jpg.