Workshop #6 : Web mapping with ArcGIS Online
Monday, November 5th, 2012, 4-5:45PM
Trainer: Paola de Salvo (ESRI) is a graduate in Environmental Biology from the University of Roma, and has also a GIS formation from ITC (the Netherlands). She has worked as a geospatial analyst during 12 years for several international organisations (FAO, WFP, ITU, UNOSAT and UNAIDS as a consultant), with various missions on the field. She works for ESRI since 2012 in the Global affairs team as a solution engineer, working on United Nations and internationals NGOs projects.
Objective: presentation and hands-on exercises on ArcGIS Online (focus: “Preliminary hazard and Food security analysis in Africa”).
Audience: this workshop is aimed to a public of humanitarian professionals, either beginners in the field of mapping (in this case it will be assumed they will have followed the course of introduction to web mapping) or with a previous mapping experience but wishing to increase their knowledge of ArcGIS Online.
Participants must bring their own laptops to attend this workshop (preferably with WiFi connection).
Introduction : GIS towards a sharing approach
ArcGIS Online rationale
Geography as a platform
Explore ArcGIS Online: how do I get started?
How to create your content into ArcGIS Online
Using applications templates
ArcGIS Online for organization
At the end of the workshop, the participants will know how to use all the components of ArcGIS Online, to use them with humanitarian data. They will also have an overwiew of ESRI Maps for Microsoft Office.