Innovation Week: Geographical Storytelling with Multimedia StoryMaps

In collaboration with ASU Learning Enterprise, the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub invites you to a whole new free and open-to-the-public workshop experience:  

Geographical Storytelling with Multimedia StoryMaps

Tuesday, December 8, 2020
1:30-3:30pm (MST)

[live, and available afterwards, via ASU for You]

Workshop Registration

Screenshot of a demo StoryMap cover image, with it's title overlaid: "A Mountain Called Camelback"

Workshop Summary

Elevate your story by putting it into its place. Maps have an unrivaled power to visually communicate geographical information. The addition of geographical context deepens the clarity and resonance of your narrative. This two-hour workshop will introduce users to the ArcGIS StoryMaps platform, where we'll explore how to integrate multiple media types -- including image, video, audio, and custom 2D and 3D maps -- into compelling, engaging, and substantive digital media output.

Screenshot of the StoryMap "Swipe" tool swiping upon two different maps of Camelback Mountain, in juxtaposition to one another.

This two-hour workshop event was developed specifically for ASU's Innovation Week / Innovation Quarter 2020.

ASU Innovation Week and Innovation Quarter

The workshop is free and open to the public, and is scheduled for a live online session (via Zoom). The workshop's video recording and associated hands-on content will remain accessible. Details and registration information below:

Geographical Storytelling with Multimedia StoryMaps

Tuesday, December 8, 2020
1:30-3:30pm (MST)

Workshop Registration

Note: While free and open to the public, the workshop involves use of the Esri ArcGIS StoryMaps platform. This is a licensed/proprietary software. A free public account is capable of making StoryMaps, but with some minor functional limitations. Please use your organizational (ASU or other) ArcGIS Online account for full access and functionality. If you are not part of an ArcGIS Organization, please create a free ArcGIS Online public account. If you are affiliated with ASU, please follow these instructions to join the ASU ArcGIS Online organizational account

     

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