North Carolina GIS Competition for Grades 4 – 12
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Sponsors: North Carolina 4-H Youth Development, North Carolina Service Learning Coalition, and Esri
What: An online GIS map making contest
January 25, 2017 – NC Competition Page is Live and Statewide distribution of information begins.
April 28, 2017 – Recommended deadline for North Carolina school level competition submissions for review at the school level to select the top five for submission to the State Committee.
May 12, 2017 – Schools must submit up to five school level winners to State Committee for competition judging by 5 p.m.
May 26, 2017 – State Panel will submit the top five middle school (grades 4 – 8) and top five high school (grades 9 – 12) winners to Esri by 5 p.m.
June 5, 2017 – Esri will announce top national submission for middle school (grades 4 – 8) and high school (grades 9 – 12).
July 8 – 11, 2017 – Top national winners* will attend the Esri Education GIS Conference in San Diego, CA. *Winners must agree to attend the conference.
Who is eligible: North Carolina public, private, or homeschooled students are eligible to enter the contest. Maps can be submitted individually or as a team of two students. Limit of one entry per student or team.
Challenge: Your challenge is to create an original North Carolina based map on a topic of interest or concern to you and connected to your school curriculum in some way. The area mapped can range from the entire state to a smaller area, like a county or city.
ArcGIS Online Requirement: You must use ArcGIS Online to create your original map. Your final map must be submitted in one of the following formats:
- ArcGIS Online Presentation
- ArcGIS Online Web App
- ArcGIS Online Story Map
ArcGIS Online is available to any K-12 school in the United States free of charge from Esri; see https://esri.app.box.com/connectedpdf for access to software and guidance. Your school will need to sign up for a free ArcGIS Online organization account so you can create and submit your final map. View the national competition announcement.
Prizes: The five maps judged the best in each division will be awarded a $100 prize and will move to national level judging.
Middle School Division – grades 4 – 8
Senior High Division – grades 9 – 12
Note: Teams spanning grade levels will be entered in the division of the student at the upper grade.
Award-winning maps will remain visible to the public for one year.