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The A-Z of ArcGIS Online

Date: Thursday, 12 November
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

With ArcGIS Online, organizations of all sizes can manage their geospatial content and publish their maps, applications, data, and hosted services online. This workshop will provide key information and insights to enable your success and take a ground-up, best practices approach in showing you how to add data; use existing content; and author, use, and share maps and apps. This hands-on workshop will also provide an introduction to web mapping application templates. Attendees will learn how to author great maps and scenes and create apps and shareable information. In addition, this workshop will touch on some other mobile and desktop applications that use ArcGIS Online as back-end technology

Presenter: TBD

Level: Beginner

ArcGIS Pro

Date: Thursday, 12 November
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

ArcGIS Pro, the newest application included with ArcGIS 10.3 for Desktop, is designed to help GIS professionals complete their projects and make their results available to others more quickly and easily than ever before. The modern ribbon interface that is contextually driven shows you only the tools that are relevant to your current task. ArcGIS Pro will streamline the way you do your GIS work by tightly integrating your 2D and 3D capabilities. This workshop aims to familiarize you with essential ArcGIS Pro terminology and teach experienced desktop users how to use ArcGIS Pro to perform mapping, analysis, editing, and visualization tasks. ArcGIS Pro is easy to download, install, and update. It is integrated with your organization’s ArcGIS Online account or with your on premise hosted Portal for ArcGIS.

Presenter: TBD

Level: Beginner

Mobile GIS: Office to Field

Date: Thursday, 12 November
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

ArcGIS for Windows Mobile helps organizations deliver GIS capabilities and data from centralized servers to a range of mobile devices. You can use ArcGIS for Windows Mobile to deploy intuitive and productive mobile GIS applications to increase the accuracy and improve the currency of GIS data across your organization. This workshop will focus on the authoring, deployment, and execution of ArcGIS for Windows Mobile projects to mobile devices. Delegates will also have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the ArcGIS for Windows Mobile interface. In addition, a demonstration of Collector for ArcGIS will be conducted during the workshop.

Presenter: TBD

Level: Beginner

Working with Imagery in ArcGIS

Date: Thursday, 12 November
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

A picture is definitely worth more than a thousand words. This is also true in the GIS environment ever since the evolution of satellite and airborne imagery. Raster data, predominantly imagery, is one of the primary sources of data for use in a GIS. It not only provides eye-catching backgrounds for referencing but enables users to obtain significant and current information. This workshop will help you unlock the mysteries of the raster dataset and introduce you to a wide range of fields that make use of imagery to solve spatial problems.

Presenter: TBD

Level: Beginner

Creating Visually Appealing Maps

Date: Friday, 13 November
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Maps are an important medium to communicate information and should be designed in a way that makes them visually appealing, which goes a long way in ensuring that the main map message is effectively conveyed. This workshop will look at the different aspects of well-designed maps and will provide tips on using different cartographic design principles. Attendees will use ArcMap 10.3 to create a visually appealing map during this workshop.

Presenter: TBD

Level: Beginner

Cartography: Best Practices for Map Design

Date: Friday, 13 November
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

This workshop will introduce best practices for map design for both print and screen maps. Different workflows relating to map design will be discussed, and the attendees will have an opportunity to apply the workflows using ArcMap 10.3. Topics covered in the workshop will include the cartographic planning process, selecting and evaluating data for map use, the use of visual variables in map design, labeling features, and creating map layouts.

Presenter: TBD

Level: Beginner

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