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Create a photo-based map in a snap!

Note: This webinar is part 4 of a series on the use of online mapping in Cooperative Extension. Check out the other webinars on 1. the use of online mapping in outreach, 2. making the most out of ArcGIS Online, and 3. making Esri Story Maps on your computer.


Create Story Maps on your phone
Learn to create an online map to tell a story almost as quickly as snapping your finger! Using ArcGIS Online, Esri's Snap2Map mobile app to creates a map of images with descriptions on the fly. Snap2Map is a free application for mobile phones that allows users to create, edit and share an Esri Story Map using an ArcGIS Online organizational account.

Getting up and running with Snap2Map
This webinar will cover the creation of Esri Story Maps using the Snap2Map mobile app. In order to follow this webinar, it would be best if you have some experience with ArcGIS Online or have previously attended our webinars on ArcGIS Online and Esri Story Maps.

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This webinar is brought to you by UNH Cooperative Extension, Map@Syst, and the eXtension mapping Innovation Hub.

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