Mike Schoelen

Mike is a solution engineer for Esri's Health and Human Services team in the Washington, D.C., office and author of the #InAGIF blog. He loves demonstrating how GIS is simple to use and can have an incredible impact on the community, nation, and world. He is also a cartographer, traveler, hiker, and fast-food enthusiast.

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Continuing community outreach (safely) during and after COVID-19

How can you recruit, train, manage, track, and validate the results of hundreds of individuals while maintaining social distancing?

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How your GIS department can respond to COVID-19

Your organization likely has most of the tools and data necessary for an effective COVID-19 response. Learn how to bring it all together.

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Two dashboards, one intelligent URL

Half of website traffic is generated by mobile devices and half by desktops. Does your dashboard look good on both?

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#InAGIF: High-impact GIS projects in 45 seconds or less

Learn how you can apply the latest Esri technology in under 45-seconds in this new blog series, #InAGIF.

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