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 ===== Story maps as representation of spatial contents ​ ===== ===== Story maps as representation of spatial contents ​ =====
-Story maps are digital map applications which are characterized by being interactive and able to combine different types of media. Story maps serve to present specific content or subject matter to a wider audience via the Internet. The “stories“ that they tell through a series of thematic maps, data layers and multimedia ​applications ​can serve to visualize various aspects such as individual narratives, political statements or the presentation of factual/​subject-specific content.+Story maps are digital map applications which are characterized by being interactive and able to combine different types of media. Story maps serve to present ​and communicate ​specific content or subject matter to a wider audience via the Internet. The “stories“ that they tell through a series of thematic maps, data layers and multimedia ​embeds ​can serve to visualize various aspects such as individual narratives, political statements or the presentation of factual/​subject-specific content.
  
 Different types of story maps can be used for different purposes (see M01-1). Depending on the type of story map a user wishes to create, there are more or less guided “tours” of ready-made map templates which can be used. These can include certain points or areas of interest, which can also be supplemented with further information. This allows map makers to determine which information is presented how and in which order. These are the features currently available: ​ Different types of story maps can be used for different purposes (see M01-1). Depending on the type of story map a user wishes to create, there are more or less guided “tours” of ready-made map templates which can be used. These can include certain points or areas of interest, which can also be supplemented with further information. This allows map makers to determine which information is presented how and in which order. These are the features currently available: ​
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   * [[https://​www.esri.com/​de-de/​arcgis/​products/​arcgis-storymaps/​overview|ArcGIS Online]]   * [[https://​www.esri.com/​de-de/​arcgis/​products/​arcgis-storymaps/​overview|ArcGIS Online]]
 +  * [[https://​www.geo.admin.ch/​en/​thematic-geoportals-federal-offices/​storymaps-telling-stories-with-geodata.html|Federal Office of Topography of Switzerland]]
 +  * [[https://​www.google.com/​earth/​outreach/​learn/​storytelling-with-maps-using-tour-builder/​|Google Tour Builder]]
 +  * [[https://​www.mapbox.com/​solutions/​interactive-storytelling| MapBox]]
   * [[https://​mapstory.org/​|MapStory]]   * [[https://​mapstory.org/​|MapStory]]
 +  * [[https://​www.geostories.org/​portal/​|National Geographic]]
   * [[https://​storymap.knightlab.com/​|StoryMap JS]]   * [[https://​storymap.knightlab.com/​|StoryMap JS]]
-  ​* [[https://​www.geostories.org/​portal/​|National Geographic]] +   
-  ​* [[https://​www.geo.admin.ch/​en/​thematic-geoportals-federal-offices/​storymaps-telling-stories-with-geodata.html|Federal Office of Topography of Switzerland]] +  ​ 
-  * [[https://​www.mapbox.com/​solutions/​interactive-storytelling| MapBox]] +Although there is a wide range of possible applications and tools for digital story telling, we are using ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS StoryMap in our summerschool teaching as well as in our university coursesESRI was the first provider of digital story-telling ​and continously developed it furtherThis experience makes it comfortable for users. For more information see [[https://​www.esri.com/​de-de/​arcgis/​products/​arcgis-storymaps/​product-road-map|ArcGIS ​StoryMap product roadmap]] or visit one of the pages listed above.
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-For more information see [[https://​www.esri.com/​de-de/​arcgis/​products/​arcgis-storymaps/​overview|ArcGIS ​Online]] or visit one of the pages listed above.+
  
 ===== Time for practice ===== ===== Time for practice =====
 [[en:​courses:​training:​element-20:​worksheets:​sm-ws-01-1|W01-1:​ Analyzing a Story Map]] [[en:​courses:​training:​element-20:​worksheets:​sm-ws-01-1|W01-1:​ Analyzing a Story Map]]
  
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