Story maps use Geographic Information System (GIS) tools to combine geospatial data with photos, video, audio, and text to visualize a theme or sequential events. Story maps are designed for non-technical audiences with access to the Internet; users do not need experience with GIS software to read or use story maps.
Story maps serve as a great tool for public engagement because they can easily be shared via social media or embedded within a website.
What can a Story Map show us?
This story map covers topics ranging from Community Involvement to Professional Training.
Use the above map to learn about PanGIS’s involvement in the Career Fair.
Click to see how PanGIS values Continuing Education as HAZWOPER Training.
Check out PanGIS’s Project Showcase – Tule Wind Energy Construction Project GIS Support, San Diego County, CA.