Liz Todd
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Liz Todd (she/they) is a multimedia specialist and product engineer on Esri's ArcGIS StoryMaps team. She specializes in place-based storytelling and participatory GIS, with a focus on leveraging GIS for equity and social justice. Liz also co-leads Prism, an employee community focused on increasing representation, inclusion, and belonging for LGBTQIA+ individuals in GIS. When not at work she usually can be found climbing, reading a good book, or off in search of rocks/fossils to add to her far too large collection.

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The most common storytelling questions from UC 2022

Get answers to the top five ArcGIS StoryMaps FAQs from the conference, plus other resources too

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ArcGIS StoryMaps Live! Episode: 13

In this episode of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live, attendees will get to hear folks working with NASA, EPA, and NOAA and how they use ArcGIS StoryMaps.

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How to add a self-check quiz into ArcGIS StoryMaps using Survey123

Learn how to add a self-check quiz to ArcGIS StoryMaps using ArcGIS Survey123

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Optimize group settings to share stories like never before

Unlock powerful group settings to save time and build capacity when sharing your latest stories authored in ArcGIS StoryMaps

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Gender identity and sexual orientation data is now in Living Atlas

Gender identity and sexual orientation data for states and 15 largest metropolitan areas is now in ArcGIS Living Atlas.

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ArcGIS StoryMaps Live! Episode: 12

In this episode of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live, hear from some of Esri's very own cartographic experts and how they use ArcGIS StoryMaps

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Crowdsourcing for digital storytelling

Enrich your story using participatory GIS and crowdsourced information.

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ArcGIS StoryMaps Live! Episode: 9

Join us for the February episode of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live.

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Duplicating stories in ArcGIS StoryMaps—a game changer for your organization

Save time and build your brand by duplicating ArcGIS StoryMaps stories and collections.

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