ESRI's Hands on Learning Lab

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Take Esri training at your own pace in the Hands-on Learning Lab. The lab is a set of 20 computers, each with 19 lessons on the use of ArcGIS 10.1 software. These lessons include "What’s New at Version 10 and 10.1," “Creating a Map with ArcGIS for Desktop,” and "Sharing Maps and Tools with ArcGIS Online". Each lesson is self-directed, 30-40 minutes in length, with an ESRI staff person available to assist where needed. All training materials are provided. No advance registration is required.

Esri Hands-on Learning Lab - Lessons for Version 10.1

  • Basics of the geodatabase model
  • Creating a map in ArcGIS for Desktop
  • Designing web applications using ArcGIS for Server
  • Editing with ArcGIS for Desktop
  • Geocoding with ArcGIS for Desktop
  • Getting started with Business Analyst Online & Community Analyst
  • Introduction to ArcGIS for Desktop
  • Introduction to ArcGIS for Server
  • Introduction to ArcGIS Network Analyst
  • Introduction to ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
  • Introduction to geometric networks for utilities applications
  • Introduction to geoprocessing using Python
  • Introduction to linear referencing
  • Introduction to versioned editing
  • Sharing data with the Community Maps Program
  • Sharing maps and tools using ArcGIS Online
  • Spatial statistics for public health
  • What's new at version 10.0 and 10.1
  • Working with CAD in ArcGIS for Desktop

 

When: 
October 17, 2013 - 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room: 
Ponderosa Gallery 707