Course: HIST 1307 - World History since 1500
Assignment: Drawing on the themes of global interdependence and migration, you will write a 4-6 page (double-spaced) paper on an individual (e.g. Hasekura Tsunenaga, Eliza Bradley, Hannah Arendt, etc.) who crossed multiple borders and described his or her experiences. After writing the paper, you will design a Story Map as a visual accompaniment to your paper.
One Map Note per Story Map slide
|After successfully logging in, click Map link at top page header.|
|Select a Basemap that you like|
|Ensure the Map Contents are visible|
|Use the Search Box to zoom to a location.|
|Create a layer of our location by using the dropdown and select New Map Notes Layer.|
|Rename the new Map Notes layer.|
|Navigate to a second location and zoom in close enough to manually select buildings on the ground.|
|Click Add and select Add Map Notes|
Provide a name based on the location selected
Leave Template as Map Notes
Select a Stickpin, Pushpin, or Cross and place the marker on the map.
Specify Title, and optionally Description, Image URL, Image Link URL.
Add another pin for fun?
|Click the triangle to the right of Add Features to exit Edit mode.|
|Zoom back to your first location and zoom in relatively close.|
To add a new feature, first ensure that the Map Note you want to edit is the top layer in the Contents list.
|Experiment with adding additional Points and Areas|
|At the top toolbar, click Save and select Save.|
|Specify Title, Tags, and click Save Map.|
Click Share on the top toolbar
Check Everyone (public)
Click Create a Web App
Click Build a Story Map
Select Story Map Journal
Click Create Web App
|Leave defaults and click Done|
|Click Save on the top right of screen|
|Click Share on the top left|
|Click Add and select Browse Living Atlas Layers.||
|Search for historical|
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