Joseph Kerski

Joseph Kerski is a geographer, Esri education manager, and an enthusiastic advocate for all things mapping. “Maps engage, maps inform, maps inspire,” he says. Kerski earned a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in geography from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Follow @josephkerski.

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Get Ready, Get Set, and Then Go to GIS Day 2019

Where will you be and what will you be doing on November 13? If you are a GIS professional or just love mapping, consider hosting a GIS Day.

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Six Ways to Increase Geoliteracy

The big issues are fundamentally tied to space and grappling with these issues requires a geoliterate population.

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A Good Map Teaches You to Ask a Better Question

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Make Social Studies Come Alive with Web Maps

Web maps can transform geography, history, and civics from long reading assignments into visual learning experiences.

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Teachable Moments

How did you celebrate GIS Day? Your peers report how the projects they pursued.

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Chill with Cool Maps

Need a little inspiration for your next map creation? Then check out the Esri Cool Maps gallery for ideas.

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Five Things for Students to Do in ArcGIS Earth

Get your students interested in the world around them using ArcGIS Earth, a free desktop-based, interactive globe for visualizing the earth...

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Make It Stick

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Mapping Your Field Data

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Be a GIS Day Champion

Celebrate GIS Day this November by hosting or attending a program that showcases GIS technology.

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