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The Lake Champlain
Basin Atlas
An OnlinePortalto WatershedExplorationandEducation
NACIS 2016
www.lcbp.org/atlasdev
• Background
• The Old…
• The New…
• Nuts and Bolts
• Place-Stories
• A New Age?
Today’s Road Map
Lake ChamplainBasin Program
The Atlas
Audiences
Audiences
Audiences
Audiences
Audiences
Audiences
Goals
• Classroom resources for educators
• Source for student research
• Access to geospatial data
• General education an...
The Old...
The New...
The New...
• WordPress CMS
• ArcGIS & QGIS
• Leaflet/Mapbox
• TileMill
• Creative Suite
Nuts and Bolts
Place Stories
“No place is a place until things that have happened in it are
remembered in history, ballads, yarns, legends, or monument...
Place Stories
…or maps.
Place Stories
Place Stories
Place Stories
Place Stories
Place Stories
http://bit.ly/1yTflnh
Place Stories
Challenges& Considerations
• Data
• Old computers
• Teachers schedules
Atlases in the Digital Age
More Questions than Answers
• Mobile?
• Print?
• Content?
Credits
Thank you!
Ryan Mitchell
rmitchell@lcbp.org
802-372-0212
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The Lake Champlain Basin Atlas: An Online Portal to Watershed Exploration and Education

NACIS 2016 Presentation
Ryan Mitchell, Lake Champlain Basin Program
Originally developed in 2002 using static PDF maps, the online Lake Champlain Basin Atlas is one of the Lake Champlain Basin Program's (LCBP) most effective education and outreach tools. The atlas includes standard themes as well as content focused on management issues specific to the Lake Champlain watershed. It is used extensively by students and educators as a source for research and for mapping exercises. The LCBP is redeveloping the atlas using contemporary web mapping tools, both open source and proprietary. With links to the source data and to ArcGIS Online feature layers, the new atlas will be a portal to exploration of the watershed and a point of departure for mapping activities that use modern tools and techniques. I will discuss the redevelopment of the atlas and its use in LCBP E&O efforts, and explore additional educational applications and the role of atlases in education in the digital age.

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The Lake Champlain Basin Atlas: An Online Portal to Watershed Exploration and Education

  1. 1. The Lake Champlain Basin Atlas An OnlinePortalto WatershedExplorationandEducation NACIS 2016
  2. 2. www.lcbp.org/atlasdev
  3. 3. • Background • The Old… • The New… • Nuts and Bolts • Place-Stories • A New Age? Today’s Road Map
  4. 4. Lake ChamplainBasin Program
  5. 5. The Atlas
  6. 6. Audiences
  7. 7. Audiences
  8. 8. Audiences
  9. 9. Audiences
  10. 10. Audiences
  11. 11. Audiences
  12. 12. Goals • Classroom resources for educators • Source for student research • Access to geospatial data • General education and outreach • Integrate maps/geospatial in E&O efforts • Consistency with LCBP “Brand”
  13. 13. The Old...
  14. 14. The New...
  15. 15. The New...
  16. 16. • WordPress CMS • ArcGIS & QGIS • Leaflet/Mapbox • TileMill • Creative Suite Nuts and Bolts
  17. 17. Place Stories
  18. 18. “No place is a place until things that have happened in it are remembered in history, ballads, yarns, legends, or monuments.” Wallace Stegner The Sense of Place Place Stories
  19. 19. Place Stories …or maps.
  20. 20. Place Stories
  21. 21. Place Stories
  22. 22. Place Stories
  23. 23. Place Stories
  24. 24. Place Stories
  25. 25. http://bit.ly/1yTflnh Place Stories
  26. 26. Challenges& Considerations • Data • Old computers • Teachers schedules
  27. 27. Atlases in the Digital Age More Questions than Answers • Mobile? • Print? • Content?
  28. 28. Credits
  29. 29. Thank you! Ryan Mitchell rmitchell@lcbp.org 802-372-0212

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