Mapping-related resources available on other Esri websites.
The Esri GIS bibliography covers the literature of geographic information systems, science, and technology. It indexes journals, conference proceedings, books, and reports from the origins of GIS to the present. There are currently over 123,000 entries in the bibliography. Read this article about the Esri GIS Bibliography in ArcWatch.
Esri Training introduces GIS to new users and teaches GIS professionals how to maximize their productivity. Esri training options cover a range of topics for both new and experienced users. They are designed to meet diverse learning styles and budgets.
Training seminars are free, hour-long technical presentations and demonstrations delivered by Esri subject matter experts. Some training seminars include recorded question and answer sessions from the lie broadcast.
Instructor-led training includes interactive presentations, demonstrations, group activities, and hands-on exercises. All Esri instructors have achieved Esri and CompTIA CTT+ certifications.
Web courses teach concepts that underlie GIS technology and best practices for using Esri software to accomplish GIS workflows. Web courses are affordable and convenient-learn anytime from anywhere you have access to the Internet.
Instructional series podcasts are free recordings with tips to improve your workflow, optimize your geodatabase, use new software features, and more.
Esri Press publishes books on GIS, cartography, and the application of spatial analysis to public and private endeavor including land-use planning, health care, education, business, government, and science, among others.
Geographic information systems, GIS technology, mapping software, mapping technology are used in a variety of application areas, including mapping and charting.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide a way to share and discuss issues with Esri product teams, users, and other interested colleagues.