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Logging in to ArcGIS Online with Your UofR Account If you have a University of Redlands email address, you also have an ArcGIS Online account! Simply login to ArcGIS Online using the same username and password that you do for MyRedlands, your University of Redlands email, and other UofR systems. *ArcGIS Online and other Esri tools and […]
The ArcGIS Desktop suite (ArcMap, ArcCatalog, ArcGlobe, etc) has very strict licensing requirements and generally requires a connection to a “license server” on our network while using it. This works well when using a university computer connected to the network, but it’s often inconvenient when using ArcGIS on a laptop or other computer off campus. […]
Esri Maps for Office, part of the ArcGIS platform, is an add-in for Microsoft Office that brings mapping capabilities into Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. With Esri Maps for Office, you can easily create a geospatial view of your data by creating an interactive map that includes data from Excel and ArcGIS Online —all without […]
The Center for Spatial Studies maintains a network drive for use by students and faculty in class or doing project work. All users with a valid Redlands.edu account have read access to a variety of resources on the drive including GIS data, maps, graphics, software, etc. Folders are also provided for GIS-related classes, Spatial Studies […]
As a faculty member, student, or other employee at the University of Redlands, you are entitled to a vast array of GIS training classes at no charge provided by Esri (the Redlands-based company behind ArcGIS). Specifically, you may access any of the web courses in Esri’s Training Catalog. Click here to see a full list of […]
Logging in to ArcGIS Pro ArcGIS Pro is the next generation GIS software product coming out of Esri. It has been completely redesigned to be more intuitive with a new ribbon-based user interface (like MS Office), more powerful as a 64-bit application, and opportunities to solve problems in innovative new ways through features such as simultaneous side-by-side 2D & […]
ArcGIS Pro is the next generation GIS software product coming out of Esri. It has been completely redesigned to be more intuitive with a new ribbon-based user interface (like MS Office), more powerful as a 64-bit application, and opportunities to solve problems in innovative new ways through features such as simultaneous side-by-side 2D & 3D views. Due to the […]
Logging in to BAO and CAO Business Analyst Online (BAO) and Community Analyst Online (CAO) are GIS web applications developed by the Redlands-based Esri to access extensive demographic and business data with analysis, reports, and maps. A number of business classes at the University of Redlands use BAO and CAO to explore location-based market analytics. For more information see http://www.esri.com/software/businessanalyst […]
As a student of the University of Redlands, you are entitled to a free 1-year license of ArcGIS for Desktop (10.x). The licensing of the software can be confusing because of Esri’s user account systems so we have put this post together to help ease the process. Before you download and license your 1-year license […]
ArcGIS Desktop is a suite of applications and tools for mapping, analyzing, and managing geographic data created by Redland’s own Esri (located just a couple miles from campus!). As a student or employee of the University of Redlands, you are entitled to a copy of Esri’s ArcGIS Desktop along with several extensions including Spatial Analyst, […]