Demonstration of ArcGIS.com by Emily Wilson of the University of Connecticut Center for Land Use Education and Research (July 18, 2012)
Demonstration of ArcGIS.com by Emily Wilson of the University of Connecticut Center for Land Use Education and Research (July 18, 2012). Interactive web maps are powerful tools for organizing and disseminating information for public consumption. For years, Google has led this revolution in online mapping by making it easy for practically anyone to create a custom web map of their own using Google Maps and Google Earth. ESRI, the creator of the most popular desktop GIS software, has recently launched ArcGIS.com, a free web based tool for creating web maps and mapping applications. It allows a user to create customizable maps with built in functions including the ability to: connect to a wide variety of base maps and mapping services, import existing GIS data, customize how information is displayed, edit data using a simple interface or smartphone, collaborate with others, create online galleries of web maps, establish public or private map groups, add new data, and more. This webinar will provide an overview of ESRI’s new ArcGIS.com website and live demonstration of many of the functions listed above. Learn more about ArcGIS.com at www.arcgis.com and learn more about the Center for Land Use Education and Research at http://clear.uconn.edu.