From ArcGIS to Web Maps: Simple Techniques for Publishing GIS Maps Online
From ArcGIS to Web Maps: Simple Techniques for Publishing GIS Maps Online by Emily Wilson of the University of Connecticut Center for Land Use Education and Research (April 22, 2010). There are a variety of ways to serve maps and geospatial information on the web, and they range from the very simple to the advanced. This webinar covered a variety of simple tools for putting static maps on the web. The webinar started with the very basic technique of screen captures and pdfs and move to other useful tools such as the mapbook tool for ArcMap, the image mapper tool for ArcMap and, finally, geographically enabled pdfs. Attendees will not likely use all the tools presented, but may find one or two to be the perfect solution. Each tool was explained, and sample output was shown. This webinar wass co-hosted by the EBM Tools Network, the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, and the University of Connecticut Center for Land Use Education and Research.