Have you ever come across an interactive web map and wondered "how did they make that?" Have you heard about GIS (geographic information systems) and wished you could learn more about how it might be useful for your own research and teaching? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, then the ArcGIS Online Challenge is for you!
Through completing this challenge, you will:
This self-paced, 100% online challenge is designed to be completed over the course of five weeks, with approximately 1-2 hours of work per week, and is aimed at supporting Ohio State faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students. Each weekly module consists of:
There is no deadline for completing these modules, and participants are encouraged to work at their own pace. The ArcGIS Online Challenge learning path will remain available and be updated to provide new content and activities as necessary.
The ArcGIS Online Challenge was collaboratively developed by:
If you have any questions as you work through the ArcGIS Online Challenge, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The content and activities included throughout the ArcGIS Online Challenge were identified, evaluated, selected, and organized by Josh and Katie to help participants achieve the path-level learning objectives listed above. Please refer to the individual resources linked throughout this learning path to determine appropriate attribution and rights for third-party content.
Please be aware that ArcGIS Online is recommended for use with institutional data up to and including S3 - Private, according to Ohio State's Cloud Assessment Registry. ArcGIS Online should not be used for viewing, analyzing, or storing S4 - Restricted data. For more information about data classification and to determine if your intended use of ArcGIS Online adheres to these terms, please see Ohio State's Institutional Data Policy and the Data Element Classification Assignments reference document. If you are working with S4 - Restricted data and have questions about whether there are resources available through Ohio State's Esri education institutional agreement for your intended use, please contact email@example.com.