What is the Hands-On Learning Lab?
The HOLL (Hands-On Learning Lab) is a training resource provided and developed by Esri Training Services. The lab is an excellent way to introduce ArcGIS® software users to a variety of Esri® solutions and training opportunities while learning to use Esri software.
How does the HOLL work?
The HOLL consists of a group of laptops with headphones where students can work through lessons at their own pace. A lesson consists of a recorded presentation followed by a hands-on exercise. Each lesson typically takes from about 45 minutes to one hour to complete, and students can generally come and go as they please. Training Services instructors are on hand to answer questions and discuss Esri products, other training opportunities, and Esri Technical Certi cation.
How often is the HOLL updated?
The lesson topic choices are updated on a schedule matching the Esri software release schedule in order to provide new and up-to-date content when it becomes available.
Interested in having the Hands-On Learning Lab at your next event?
Contact your Esri account manager for more information.To find the Esri office that serves you visit esri.com/offices.
Lessons offered at the HOLL (subject to change)
- Getting Started with GIS 1:Understanding the ArcGIS Platform
- Getting Started with GIS 2: Using ArcMAPTM to Explore GIS Data
- Getting to Know ArcGIS® Pro
- Advantages to Storing Your GIS Data in the Geodatabase
- Creating Presentation Quality Maps in ArcMap
- Editing GIS Data in ArcMap
- Multi-user Editing Using Versioning
- Editing and Maintaining Parcels Stored in a Parcel Fabric
- Geocoding Street Addresses to Create Map Points
- Importing and Preparing CAD Data for Use in ArcGIS
- The Importance of Spatial Reference in Tactical Applications
- Exploring Health and Epidemic Patterns Using Spatial Statistics Tools
- Optimizing Transportation Routing Using ArcGIS® Network Analyst
- Modeling Time and Distance Along Networks Using Linear Referencing
- Working with Geometric Networks to Manage Utilities and Water Runoff
- Interpolating Sample Points to Create Rasters Using Spatial Analyst Tools
- Geoprocessing GIS Data Using Python
- Sharing Maps and GIS Content Using ArcGISSM Online
- Understanding Web Services Using ArcGIS® for Server
- Generating Web Applications for the GIS Novice
- Getting Started with the Community Maps Data Preparation Tools
- Mapping Excel Data Using Esri® Maps for Office®