Story Maps on eNet Learning

If you are interested in exploring, along with fellow educators, how to use and build multimedia maps to teach core science and geography themes (population change, plate tectonics, water resources, ecoregions, energy, natural hazards, oceans, weather and climate, and more) and have your students present their own research, Joseph Kerski is teaching the following course online in Jan-Feb 2018:

This course will enable participants to understand why stories can be effectively told with today’s interactive, web-based story maps, learn how to teach and assess student work with story maps, and learn how to create story maps that incorporate sounds, video, photographs, narrative, and other multimedia. Through readings, videos, quizzes, discussion with your colleagues, and hands-on activities, you will learn how and why to create story maps using the ArcGIS Online platform and be confident that you can use these tools in your instruction.