The Power of a Story: Presenting Your Work Using Esri Story Maps

Monday, October 21 , 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: J.J. Pickle Research Center
Taught by:
Kathleen Clancy
Stories communicate, engage, and excite while sharing information with your audience. Esri Story Maps can help you tell your story and enhance your GIS data. Esri Story Maps let you combine authoritative maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content. They make it easy to harness the power of maps and geography to tell your story. In this hands-on workshop come learn how to author an effective story map and how to use story maps in your organization.

Instructor Bio(s)

Kathleen Clancy

headshot of instructor Kathleen Clancy Kathleen Clancy is a Solution Engineer in the San Antonio Regional Office. While new to Esri, Kathleen has been working with Esri’s technology for over a decade. Kathleen’s previous experience includes serving as a GIS and Natural Resource Management Volunteer with the Peace Corps in Mexico’s National Park Service and working as a GIS Specialist and Research Associate for Disney’s Animals, Science, and Environment Team. Kathleen enjoys helping users find new and creative ways to meet their needs through the use of technology.