Workshop: Creating Your Own Digital Narrative with ESRI Story Map

Date and time: Thu, March 15, 1:30 to 3:00pm
Location: Riverside Convention Center, RC B

Char Miller and Nancy Langston invite you to attend an interactive workshop at the ASEH meeting titled “Digital Pedagogy for Environmental Historians: An Interactive Workshop.” The workshop is open to all attendees registered for ASEH’s conference. If you are interested in attending, please click the link below to sign up, and please try to bring a laptop or tablet to the session. This workshop is held at the conference site during a regular conference session slot, so attending it won’t require that you leave the conference site. We also encourage you to attend the roundtable on digital pedagogies that follows the workshop, 3:30 to 5 pm, Thursday March 15th, Riverside Convention Center RC B (signing up ahead of time is not needed for the roundtable).

Space is limited to 25 participants; first-come, first served. To sign up, please complete this form:

We will start with brief examples of digital environmental narratives created by our undergraduate students on several platforms: ESRI Story Map, Sutori, and TimelineJS. Each participant will then create an actual ESRI Story Map during the session, with our step-by-step guidance and hands-on advice. Pre-conference workshops at earlier ASEH conference have done an excellent job showcasing a full range of digital humanities technologies. This workshop offers hands-on training in ESRI Story Map, allowing participants to experience the technology’s possibilities (and limitations) for teaching.

Workshop Moderator: Char Miller, Pomona College

Workshop Leaders: Nancy Langston, Michigan Technological University; Ashley Sanders, Director of the Claremont Colleges Digital Research Studio; Adam Sowards, University of Idaho; Megan Raby, University of Texas; Andrew Stuhl, Bucknell University