Introduction to ESRI StoryMaps and StoryMaps JS

Wed, October 13, 2021 4:00 PM - Wed, October 13, 2021 5:30 PM at Digital Scholarship Lab (Second floor of the west wing of the Main Library)

The MSU Map Library will be holding several GIS workshops during the Fall semester. All workshops will be held in person and online in a hybrid format. In-person will be in the Digital Scholarship Lab computer classroom on the second floor of the west wing of the main library (with the exception of the GIS Discussion Meet-Up on Nov. 5th which will be held in the Map Library). To attend online, please register at the link below and a Zoom link will be sent to you.

Workshop Details:

Both ESRI and Knight Labs Story Maps combine narrative text, images and other content with maps allowing for the creation of spatially based narratives for the web. Story Maps are an easy-to-use powerful tool for presentations of all kinds of information to a public audience. They are great for classroom projects. In this workshop, we will compare the ESRI and JS versions of StoryMap and learn how to use Story Maps incorporating a variety of media types and formats. 

This workshop will be held in person and virtually. To attend in person, please come to the Digital Scholarship Lab in the Main Library on the second floor of the west wing. 

Register Here