StoryMaps Workshop: Tell the Story of your Research with Place-Based Multimedia Narratives
StoryMaps Workshop: Tell the Story of your Research with Place-Based Multimedia Narratives In-Person
This event is organized in partnership with:
Yale University Library's GIS Support Services | Yale School of the Environment | Digital Humanities Graduate Student Colloquium | Yale University Library's Digital Humanities Laboratory (DHLab) | Public Humanities at Yale | Yale University Library’s Scholarly Communication and Information Policy | Yale MacMillan Center
DATE: Monday, October 16, 2023
TIME: 1-3 PM
LOCATION: 17 Hillhouse, Room 111
SNACKS WILL BE SERVED
ArcGIS StoryMaps, which combine maps and multimedia content to enable web-based storytelling, have become a popular tool for researchers. They’re being used to communicate complicated analyses, present final projects, and even provide visual resumes. In this session, you will learn the ABCs of StoryMaps, including what they are and how their builder functions make it possible to easily create rich multimedia narratives. The session will describe new and upcoming features of StoryMaps.
The workshop will also include a lecture on copyright considerations when building a StoryMap and a lightning talk to showcase a Yale StoryMap Gallery from Dr. Maria Moreno's courses.
- What are ArcGIS StoryMaps
- A Yale StoryMaps Gallery
- Copyright Insights
- Hands-on Demo
- What's New and What's Coming
Allen Carroll is the Program Manager for Storytelling at Esri. He founded
|Ross Donihue is a lead content strategist on Esri's StoryMaps team.
He produces content to support Esri’s diverse storytelling commu-
nity. Ross is a National Geographic Explorer and has a master’s in
environmental management from the Yale School of the
Sandra Aya Enimil is the Program Director for Scholarly Communi-
Dr. Maria Moreno received the BSc and MSc degrees at Iowa State
Location: Hillhouse, Room 111
Related LibGuide: Geographic Information Systems at Yale by Miriam Olivares