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StoryMapping in the Classroom

Explore these resources from Esri Canada to begin using story mapping in your classroom.

Discover Story Maps

Take Story Maps to the Next Level

Story Maps and the Digital Humanities: A collection of story maps about history, culture, literature, and the arts

Learn how to be a story mapper: Resources

Getting started with ArcGIS StoryMaps

Get to know ArcGIS StoryMaps: Try place-based story telling

ArcGIS Online 6×6 Tips & Tricks: How to get started with six short activities for educators

Esri Canada
Esri Canada: K-12 : Education and Research

Use our project story maps as examples for your students.

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Labours of Living: A Cape Breton Coalfields Oral History

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Two-Eyed Seeing — Tree of Life

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Immigration in Canada

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UNESCO: Preserving Heritage and Cultural Identities

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Using Records to Explore Residential School History

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Reconciling History Walking Tour

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Gus Este & The Black Canadian War Experience StoryMap

This StoryMap collection includes all the resources linked to the Black Canadian Experience Podcast, organised visually to help learners interact with the content in different ways.

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NobelCanadian StoryMaps

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William Giauque: 1949 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Andrew Schally; 1977 Nobel Prize in Medicine.

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Ernest Rutherford and Frederick Soddy: 1908 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Juno Stories Storymaps

On this page, access all storymaps from our Juno Stories project. Each storymap is viewable within this collection, but also independently in each section of the project (D-Day, Battle of Normandy, Serve Supply and Support, and D-Day Dodgers).

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Storymap: D-Day Dodgers

D-Day Dodgers refers to Canadians who “dodged” D-Day in 1944, not by refusing to fight or by missing the call, but rather by fighting in Italy at the same time. This section shows the story of Tom Gilday, who was one such soldier.

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Storymap: D-Day

In D-Day, you can learn firsthand about the experience of D-Day itself, from the beaches to the sea and sky. Taken together, these interviews highlight the joint efforts of the Canadian Army, Navy, Air Force, and Airborne divisions.

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Storymap: Battle of Normandy

In the Battle of Normandy, you will hear the stories of those who landed after D-Day to help with the advance into France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany by 1945.

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Storymap: Serve, Supply, Support

In Serve, Supply, and Support, learn more about those men and women whose contributions elsewhere in Europe and back in Canada were essential to the success of the Canadian, and Allied, war effort.

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StoryMap: NobelCanadian

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StoryMap: All for 9 & 9 for All

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StoryMap: Lester B. Pearson

Discover how former Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson earned a Nobel Peace Prize for creating the first United Nations peacekeeping force and defusing the 1956 Suez Crisis on an ESRI StoryMap.

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StoryMap: John Polanyi

Explore the life and career work of Canadian chemist, John Polanyi, on an ESRI StoryMap. Dr. Polanyi was awarded the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in chemical kinetics.

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The Nine Hour Movement – Digital Walking Tour

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StoryMaps

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The Life’s Journey of Gerhard Herzberg

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Sir Frederick Banting

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Earl Olmsted

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Anthony “Tony” Law

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Samuel Moses “Moe” Hurwitz

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Donald “Don” White

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Donald “Don” Somerville

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Léo Major

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Charles Byce

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Philip Pochailo

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Mona Parsons

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Storymapping the Flu