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2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith
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2012 Education Track, Student Access - Leveraging the use of ArcGIS Online and Explorer Online, David Smith

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On many college campuses, providing students access to GIS data and maps can be challenging. Although desktop applications like ArcMap and ArcGIS Explorer may be available, students and faculty are …

On many college campuses, providing students access to GIS data and maps can be challenging. Although desktop applications like ArcMap and ArcGIS Explorer may be available, students and faculty are becoming increasingly interested in taking advantage of the data sharing capabilities and online applications available through ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Explorer Online for visualizing and sharing data collected in the field. This includes the ease of drag-and-drop capabilities, sketching and presentations of ArcGIS Explorer Online.
At the University of Redlands a series of use cases has been developed to highlight the options faculty and students have in accessing GIS data and maps through both desktop and online applications. Central to these use cases has been the employment of ArcGIS Online as both a data repository and data sharing tool for both desktop and online applications as well as the integration of ArcGIS Server map services.
In this session a series of use cases will be presented and discussed including the newly released ArcGIS Online for Organizations.

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  • 1. From Field to Web—The Advantages  of ArcGIS Explorer Online David Smith, GISP GIS and Mapping Support Consultant University of Redlands GIS in the Rockies September 20‐21,  2012
  • 2. Available Desktop and Online Tools ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) View, edit, create,  and analyze  ArcGIS Online geospatial  information Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  and map (.mpk) packages,  web maps as well as  ArcGIS Server addresses to map services. Specialized  hardware/software for  storing published map  services ArcGIS Explorer Online Explore, visualize, and share  ArcGIS Explorer Desktop geospatial information Explore, visualize, and share  geospatial information;  offers 3D viewing
  • 3. Use Cases Use Case 1: Salton Sea Chemistry ArcGIS Desktop ArcGIS Explorer Online Use Case 2: Palms to Pine Biodiversity ArcGIS Desktop  ArcGIS Explorer Desktop Use Case 3: Salton Sea Design Studio ArcGIS Desktop  ArcGIS Explorer Online Use Case 4: Tetiaroa Atoll Environment  Assessment ArcGIS Desktop ArcGIS Explorer Online ArcGIS Explorer Desktop
  • 4. Use Case 1: Setting Up a Course Account ArcGIS Online Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  and map (.mpk) packages,  web maps as well as  addresses to map services. Steps: 1. Create the course account using your   email 2. User name, first name and last name are personalized for the course 3. Register your Esri global account  4. In this case, log in with  che_102_fall_2011 + password
  • 5. Use Case 1: Salton Sea Chemistry ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) View, edit, create,  and analyze  ArcGIS Online geospatial  Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  information and map (.mpk) packages,  web maps as well as  addresses to  Drag and drop  map services. into ArcGIS Zip shapefile Explorer Online Save basemap to  Scenario: ArcGIS Data layers are exported from  Online account ArcMap as shapefiles. They are  zipped and dropped into ArcGIS ArcGIS Explorer Online Explorer Online to create layers of a  Explore, visualize, and share  map. Features can then be added  geospatial information by students.
  • 6. Use Case 1: Creating a Basemap • Marina locations • Bathymetry lines • Geothermal spots • Watershed boundary • Inflow tributaries
  • 7. Use Case 1: Course Account content • Students access  saved basemap through ArcGIS Online  account • Students can use  ArcGIS Explorer Online  to add features to the  basemap and create  their own story
  • 8. Use Case 1: Drag and Drop Tool Microsoft Excel Field data collection Save field data spreadsheet   into .csv format Drag and drop into  ArcGIS Explorer Online Import data Scenario: ArcGIS Explorer Online Import field data spreadsheet directly into  Explore, visualize, and share  ArcGIS Explorer Online, using the drag and  geospatial information drop method. Plots your points for you with  all data attached to the pin.
  • 9. Use Case 1: Drag and Drop Tool
  • 10. Use Case 2: Palms to Pine Biodiversity ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) View, edit, create,  and analyze  geospatial  information ArcGIS Online Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  Upload  Layer  and map (.mpk) packages,  Packages (.lpk) as well as addresses to  map services Access Layer  Packages Scenario: Layer packages (land cover, roads,  ArcGIS Explorer Desktop and collection points) were created  Explore, visualize, and share  in ArcGIS Desktop.  Those layers  geospatial information.   were output as layer package files  Offers 3D viewing and uploaded to ArcGIS Online.   The .lpk files were then accessed  by ArcGIS Explorer Desktop.
  • 11. Use Case 2: Group Content
  • 12. Use Case 2: 3D Virtual Field Orientation
  • 13. Use Case 2: Field Work and Layer Packages
  • 14. Use Case 3: Salton Sea Design Studio ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) View, edit, create,  and analyze  geospatial  information ArcGIS Online Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  Publish map service and map (.mpk) packages,  Store link to  web maps as well as  map service ArcGIS Server addresses to map services. Specialized  hardware/software for  storing published map  Sketch alternative components  services and create presentations in  ArcGIS Explorer Online  Scenario: Data layers are published as map services  onto ArcGIS Server. The data are stored in  ArcGIS Explorer Online ArcGIS Online and then accessed through  Explore, visualize, and share  ArcGIS Explorer Online. geospatial information
  • 15. Use Case 3: Salton Sea Map Service Map Services
  • 16. Use Case 3: Salton Sea – Add features Select Add  Features tab Sketch feature  in map  Choose drawing  options
  • 17. Use Case 2: Finished map
  • 18. Use Case 3: Create presentations • Students can create presentations  in ArcGIS Explorer Online using the  maps they’ve created
  • 19. Use Case 4: Tetiaroa Atoll ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) Upload  Layer and  View, edit, create,  Map Packages  and analyze  Create Layer/ geospatial  Map Packages and information Author Map Service ArcGIS Online Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  Publish map service and map (.mpk) packages,  web maps as well as  Store link to  map service ArcGIS Server addresses to map services. Specialized  hardware/software for  Access link to map service storing published map  Access Layer and Map Packages services Scenario: ArcGIS Explorer  ArcGIS Explorer   Data layers are published as a map  service and as layer and map packages.  Desktop Online The data are stored in ArcGIS Online  and then accessed through ArcGIS  ArcGIS Desktop Desktop, ArcGIS Explorer Online and/or  (ArcMap) ArcGIS Desktop.
  • 20. Use Case 4: Tetiaroa Atoll ArcGIS Explorer  Desktop Ocean Basemap • Bathymetry 
  • 21. Use Case 4: Tetiaroa Atoll GPS Field Work
  • 22. Use Case 4: Data Access ArcGIS Explorer Online •Map ServiceArcGIS Explorer Desktop•Map Service•Layer Package ArcGIS Desktop ‐ ArcMap •Map Service •Layer Package •Map Package
  • 23. Use Case 4: Tahuna Iti Assessment Rimatuu Wave scarp, eroding the island Tahuna Iti Ground nesting bird  with chick
  • 24. Interoperability of Desktop and Online Tools ArcGIS Desktop Create Layer and  Map Packages ArcGIS Online Author Map Services Used for sharing layer (.lpk)  and map (.mpk) packages,  web maps as well as  addresses to map services. ArcGIS Server Publish Map Services ArcGIS Explorer Online ArcGIS Explorer Desktop Access Map Services Access Map Services and Layer  packages Save Web Map Save Explorer Map
  • 25. ArcGIS Online for Organizations Cloud‐based  Your Arcgis Online  for maps, apps, data  collaborative content  organization and other specific  management system information ArcGIS  Online Tiled map Feature Hosted Services Intelligent webmaps
  • 26. ArcGIS Online for Organizations ArcGIS Desktop Create Layer and  Map Packages ArcGIS Online Author Map Services For Orgs Publishing and Sharing data  online ArcGIS Server Publish Map Services ArcGIS Explorer Online ArcGIS Explorer Desktop Access Map Services Access Map Services and Layer  packages Save Web Map Save Explorer Map
  • 27. ArcGIS Online for Organizations Set Roles Administrator Publisher User Access published  services hosted  Online through  ArcGIS Map 10.1
  • 28. Questions? David SmithGIS and Mapping Support Consultant University of Redlands david_smith@redlands.edu GIS in the Rockies September 20th 2012

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