STEMworks™ students, Sarah and Lily Jenkins, present their March of the Mangrove service-learning project at the 2015 Esri User Conference on July 20, 2015 in San Diego:

These Moloka’i High School sisters researched the possible effects that this invasive species would have on their community’s fringing reefs.

The Jenkins received ArcGIS software used in their project from the Hawaii K12 GIS Distribution Center,  made possible through a partnership of Maui Economic Development Board’s Women in Technology and ESRI, the world’s leading GIS software developer.

Check out Esri’s invitation to register for a live training seminar and learn how to easily create a Story Map! Don’t miss this interactive online training scheduled Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 12PM, 2PM and 6PM!

“Esri Story Map is an exciting and popular feature of the ArcGIS platform that combines maps, photos, text, and other media, in a single interactive application. In the online seminar Tell Your Story with an Esri Story Map, you will learn how to use the Esri Story Map application templates in ArcGIS Online to create beautiful apps to inform, engage, and inspire your audience.

Instructions for Viewing the Seminar

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If you’re unable to attend the seminar, you’ll be able to view it in the recorded seminars archive shortly after the live session ends.”