Esri FedGIS Conference
February 13-14, 2017 | Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Washington, DC
Hands-on Learning Lab
Monday, February 13 12:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 14 10:45 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Location: GIS Solutions Expo, Hall B, Lower Level
The HOLL (Hands-On Learning Lab) is a training resource provided and developed by Esri Training Services. The lab is an excellent way to introduce ArcGIS® software users to a variety of Esri® solutions and training opportunities while learning to use Esri software.
No advanced registration is required.
The HOLL consists of a group of laptops with headphones where students can work through lessons at their own pace. A lesson consists of a recorded presentation followed by a hands-on exercise. Each lesson typically takes from about 45 minutes to one hour to complete, and students can generally come and go as they please.
Lessons Available Include
  • Getting Started with GIS 1: Understanding the ArcGIS Platform
  • Getting Started with GIS 2: Using ArcMAP to Explore GIS Data
  • Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro
  • Advantages to Storing Your GIS Data in the Geodatabase
  • Creating Presentation Quality Maps in ArcMap
  • Editing GIS Data in ArcMap
  • Multi-user Editing Using Versioning
  • Editing and Maintaining Parcels Stored in a Parcel Fabric
  • Geocoding Street Addresses to Create Map Points
  • Importing and Preparing CAD Data for Use in ArcGIS
  • The Importance of Spatial Reference in Tactical Applications
  • Exploring Health and Epidemic Patterns Using Spatial Statistics Tools
  • Optimizing Transportation Routs Using ArcGIS Network Analyst
  • Modeling Time and Distance Along Networks Using Linear Referencing
  • Working with Geometric Networks to Manage Utilities
  • Interpolating Sample Points to Create Rasters Using Spatial Analyst Tools
  • Geoprocessing GIS Data Using Python
  • Sharing Maps and GIS Content Using ArcGIS Online
  • Understanding Web Services Using ArcGIS for Server
  • Generating Web Applications for the GIS Novice
  • Getting Started with the Community Maps Data Preparation Tools
  • Mapping Excel Data Using Esri Maps for Office