Building Sites with ArcGIS Hub

Introduction

ArcGIS Hub is a focused platform for building landing sites that engage the community and stakeholders on projects, initiatives, sharing, and collaboration. Whether you need a basic website to stream your data and information or you would like to provide a GIS portal for the community to be able to gather information and download data, ArcGIS Hub can get you there.

This half-day course focuses on building sites in ArcGIS Hub. You will learn to explore and navigate the ArcGIS Hub interface and available templates.  The course will dive into style and content settings for items added to the page and how these items can be directly connected to content in your ArcGIS Online portal, such as maps, apps, data, and other media.

By the end of this course, you will understand how the architecture of ArcGIS Hub can help you engage communities and streamline collaborative efforts with various stakeholders.

Course Modules

  • Module 1: Introduction to ArcGIS Hub Interface and Templates
  • Module 2: Add Members of a Team and Configure Permissions
  • Module 3: Add, Style, and Configure Settings for Page Items
  • Module 4: Use Groups and Items to Manage Connected Content
  • Module 5: Share and Manage Your ArcGIS Hub Site

Intended Audience

This course is intended for beginner students who want to learn how to create interactive sites in ArcGIS Hub to stream information to stakeholders or the public.

Software Requirements

Students need to have their own computer hardware and access to ArcGIS Hub Basic, which comes with any paid ArcGIS Online subscription of a Creator or higher.

4 GISP Credit Hours

April 4th
Bozeman, MT (2023 MAGIP Conference)
$279
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Portland, OR (Portland Metro)
$199
 
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Denver, CO (Lowry Conference Center)
$199
 

March 15th
$199
 

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