The Hugo Centre has been using Story Maps to modernise traditional research outputs and engage with a wider audience. This presentation explores current research that has used Story Maps in different ways, and how this approach can enlighten non-spatial researchers on the value of location.
This presentation shows how the Hugo Centre has used ESRI Story Maps in different ways to deliver research outcomes that are more accessible and engaging to a wider audience. It will demonstrate five research projects that use ESRI Story Maps in different ways to:
Organise and link traditional non-spatial research by location
Highlight social issues and inform policy
Engage with non-spatial researchers and industry.
Lessons learned, as well as opportunities and limitations of this platform will be explored. This experience has shown to be especially useful for expanding a non-spatial researcher’s perspective on the value of location. This experience also reconfirms the need for our industry to continue evolving from spatial data managers into spatial enablers.
Mr Jarrod Lange (University of Adelaide)
Time & room
2:15 pm–2:30 pm
City Room 1
Date & venue
Friday 17 September 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre