ArcGIS StoryMaps

What is this service?

ArcGIS StoryMaps is a web-based story-authoring application that allows you to easily integrate maps alongside narrative text and other multimedia content. You do not have to include geographical maps in your story, but the platform seamlessly integrates with ESRI’s other ArcGIS platforms, including ArcGIS Online and Survey123.

Who is eligible for this service?

Any individual with Middlebury single-sign-on credentials has access.

How do I learn about this service?

ArcGIS has a great introduction page that covers how to plan out your story, how to craft your narrative, and how to design and share your final story.  You can also look at inspirational examples on the gallery page

How do I get access to StoryMaps?

  1. Go to ArcGIS StoryMaps at
  2. Click “Sign In”
  3. Choose “Your ArcGIS organization’s URL is” and enter “Middlebury” in the editable field, then click “Continue”
  4. Click the “Middlebury” button

How do I get help?

Use the button to the right side of this page to request support.


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You can use the ArcGIS Online Assistant tool to copy certain content over to your Middlebury account. If you (or a student) are leaving Middlebury and want to transfer your content to either a personal account or to another ArcGIS Online organization, ArcGIS Online Assistant can help you do that.


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