Several open source and licensed* GIS software and hardware tools are made available through the Map and Geospatial Hub. Many of these applications are already available for use on most of the public-facing computers found throughout the ASU Library system.
The Map and Geospatial Hub works closely with the ASU community to provide access to Esri software and resources. We’ve recently created an Esri Software LibGuide that provides information on how to access these resources. If you have questions, please contact the Map and Geospatial Hub and let us know how we can help!
ArcGIS Online (ASU Organization)
ASU affiliates can access the full functionality of ArcGIS Online by joining ASU's ArcGIS Online organization. ArcGIS Online is Esri's cloud-based mapping and analysis solution.
Joining the ASU ArcGIS Online organization is as easy as visiting the ASU instance of ArcGIS Online (asu.maps.arcgis.com) and signing-in using your ASURITE credentials. Once logged in, you automatically have access to Esri Training and ArcGIS Pro + extensions.
- Google Earth Engine
- Social Explorer
- Google Maps
- Google Earth (web)
- Open Street Map
- ArcGIS Pro
- ArcGIS Desktop
- JMARS (a planetary GIS)
- City Engine
- Google Earth Pro (desktop)
- Global Mapper
- Makerbot Print
Contact the Map and Geospatial Hub with questions on where and/or how to access these specialized analysis and visualization tools.
* Use of licensed software made available through ASU Library is limited strictly to non-commercial educational and research use.