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 ====== W01-1: Analyzing a Story Map ====== ====== W01-1: Analyzing a Story Map ======
-For a warm up, this worksheet introduces two basic tenets of creating story maps. First, you will explore the different ​applications ​currently available for creating a story map. Secound, you will select and closely analyze a particular story map for its strengths and weaknesses. After completing this worksheet you should know the different ​applications ​currently available ​for producing ​story maps and be able to analyze story maps based on different criteria for their creation.+For a warm up, this worksheet introduces two basic tenets of creating story maps. First, you will explore the different ​immersive blocks from the so called block palette ​currently available for creating a story map. Second, you will select and closely analyze a particular story map for its strengths and weaknesses. After completing this worksheet you should know the different ​immersive blocks ​currently available ​in the story maps builder ​and be able to analyze story maps based on different criteria for their creation.
  
 ===== Things you need for this worksheet ===== ===== Things you need for this worksheet =====
-  * [[en:​courses:​training:​element-20:​code-examples:​sm-ce-01-01|M01-1:​ Brief overview of story map applications]] +  * [[en:​courses:​training:​element-20:​code-examples:​sm-ce-01-01|M01-1:​ Brief overview of the story map immersive blocks]] 
-  * [[http://storymaps.arcgis.com/en/app-list/| ESRI StoryMaps]]+  * [[https://www.esri.com/de-de/arcgis/​products/​arcgis-storymaps/overviewArcGIS ​StoryMaps]]
  
 ===== Learning log assignments ===== ===== Learning log assignments =====
-:-? Different ​applications ​are recommended depending on the type of story map you want to create. Visit ESRI’s [[http://​storymaps.arcgis.com/​en/app-list/|App Store]] and compare the different ​apps that are available there (see also [[en:​courses:​training:​element-20:​code-examples:​sm-ce-01-01|M01-1]]). ​+:-? Different ​immersive blocks ​are recommended depending on the type of story map you want to create. Visit ESRI’s [[https://​storymaps.arcgis.com/​stories/cea22a609a1d4cccb8d54c650b595bc4|Getting started with ArcGIS StoryMaps tutorial]] and compare the different ​immersive blocks presented in that section ​(see also [[en:​courses:​training:​element-20:​code-examples:​sm-ce-01-01|M01-1]]). ​
  
-:-? Every map is based on a meta-narrative. Maps have certain objectives, which range from the simple visualization of a road network to propaganda purposes. In other words, maps are always a subjective narrative of the world. Visit ESRI’s [[http://storymaps.arcgis.com/en/gallery/#s=0) | Story Map Gallery]] and choose a story map that stands out to you. Use the following questions to analyze one story map: +:-? Every map is based on a meta-narrative. Maps have certain objectives, which range from the simple visualization of a road network to propaganda purposes. In other words, maps are always a subjective narrative of the world. Visit ESRI’s [[https://www.esri.com/de-de/arcgis/​products/​arcgis-storymaps/​stories/ | Story Map Gallery]] and choose a story map that stands out to you. Use the following questions to analyze one story map: 
-  - Which story map application ​did the author use? (TourJournal, Shortlist, Countdown, Playlist ​or Basic)+  - Which immersive block(s) ​did the author use? (sidecar with floating or docked panelslideshow or guided tour - map or media focused)
   - What story is being told? (Topic and content, author(s))   - What story is being told? (Topic and content, author(s))
   - Who is the target audience of the story map? (Necessary background and context information of the user(s))   - Who is the target audience of the story map? (Necessary background and context information of the user(s))
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   - Technical implementation (Quality of presentation,​ possibility of the usage of media, map basics, etc.)    - Technical implementation (Quality of presentation,​ possibility of the usage of media, map basics, etc.) 
   - Who is the provider? (Free or commercial offer, access and software?)   - Who is the provider? (Free or commercial offer, access and software?)
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