[Gis] Fwd: [EdGIS] FREE Webinar U.S. History and GIS

Jessica Anderson janderson at uen.org
Tue Jan 21 09:36:55 MST 2014

A GIS Webinar focused towards US History teachers.

Jessica Anderson
Utah Education Network
Web Services
(801) 585-6849

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From: Anita Palmer <anita at gisetc.com<mailto:anita at gisetc.com>>
Subject: [EdGIS] FREE Webinar U.S. History and GIS
Date: January 21, 2014 at 8:24:37 AM MST
To: edgis <edgis at list.terc.edu<mailto:edgis at list.terc.edu>>

Hi all,

Tonight is a very special TCEA GeoSIG Tech N Twenty webinar presented by Chris Bunin from Albemarle School District in Virginia. Chris will be demonstrating how to teach U.S. history using ArcGIS Online. This is a perfect example of using robust geospatial technologies tools to teach rich content.

It's only twenty minutes so don't miss it! Pass this along to all your colleagues because remember...the webinar is free!

See you tonight!


Tech 'n Twenty: From Ft. Sumter to Appomattox – Creating Dynamic Civil War Maps with ArcGIS Online G

No software, no high-powered computer, no data sets – NO PROBLEM! Online GIS is a game changer for the K-16 classroom. This session will show participants how to use ArcGIS Online to build their own collection of Civil War maps to enhance the teaching and learning of the Worlds of North and South, The Election of 1860; and the chronology of American Civil War Battles. Skills covered will include: searching for online GIS data, symbology, selection by attribute, and creating multi-media placemarks. Lesson plan, replication tips, tricks, and challenges will be shared.


Anita M. Palmer
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