This session will demonstrate data collection with ArcGIS Online, a web-based geographic information system that is free for use by K12 teachers and their students. For the past five years, our team of teachers and university faculty has been using ArcGIS and its related tools to teach high school social studies and science. During the pandemic, we have successfully shifted our instruction online, setting up geographic inquiries with data that students collect in their neighborhoods. Learn how to use Field Maps and Survey123, two tools for bringing data into ArcGIS, and explore how you might bring hands-on data collection and GIS into your classroom.
Speakers: Dr. Tom Hammond, Lehigh University; Dr. Kate Popejoy, Researcher, science education and technology; Doug Leeson, Lehigh University; Dr. Alec M. Bodzin, Lehigh UniversityStep-by-step instructions on building a simple data collector in ArcGIS Online: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/4d1d2c548f6648838f798e7af8697798SESI program website: https://eli.lehigh.edu/sesi