ISSR Methodology Workshop | ArcGIS Online: Working with Your Own Spatial Data (Online)

Wednesday, March 6, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm
Oneine Event - Login credentials via email for registered participants

Instructor: Deni Ranguelova, Library GIS TA

Unlock the full potential of mapping by bringing in your own data! In the final installment of our ArcGIS Online (AGOL) workshop series, we’ll focus on the practical aspects of managing and analyzing data. Learn how to import data from various sources such as latitude/longitude coordinates stored in a CSV, shapefiles, and rasters. Discover the intricacies of creating your own data and gain insights into the powerful tools AGOL offers for data analysis. Whether you’re mapping for fun, class, or research, this workshop is your key to harnessing the true potential of spatial data.

Prerequisite: Participants should have some AGOL experience to fully benefit from the content of this workshop. If you have no prior experience but would like to attend, consider attending the “ArcGIS Online: The Basics” workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 21 and/or the “ArcGIS Online: Making a Map with Hosted Data” workshop on Wednesday, Feb. 28. 

ISSR is pleased to co-sponsor this workshop of the UMass Amherst Libraries. Contact Deni Ranguelova (dranguelova@umass.edu) for further information.