Building a sense of place and community

with free digital tools for K-12 education

Tue, Nov. 3, 2020 | 1 p.m. Eastern Time | English

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Session Overview

In this session, K-12 educators will learn how to create a collaborative field study using ArcGIS Survey123, a web-based digital survey tool that is part of ArcGIS Online. With this, students can create interactive surveys that allow them to collect data using their preferred device whether at home, at school, or outside in the community. A survey is a great way to gather primary source data on a community’s people and environment. You will also learn how to communicate the results of the survey, using Esri’s interactive tools.

Key Points

  • Discover an easy to use survey tool to create a collaborative field study
  • Learn how surveys can be used at home, in school or in the field
  • Communicate the results of a survey in an ArcGIS Story Map

Intended Audience

This webinar is designed for K-12 educators who are interested in engaging their students in a collaborative project.

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