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StoryMap JS - Quick Start Guide

StoryMap JS

StoryMapStoryMap JS is a free tool designed to help journalists and other storytellers easily create maps that tell a story. The maps that are produced function by moving the viewer through space on point (slide) on the map at a time. Each point is based on a location and includes a title, short text, and image if desired. It can be used to effectively tell stories with a small geographic focus such as a neighborhood or with a global focus.
Make your own StoryMap at: https://storymap.knightlab.com/

Quick Start Guide

Examples

These StoryMaps were developed by students in Meghan Cope's Historical Geography class in the Fall 2017.

Urban and Rural Dogs

Major Development in Bicycle History

A Geographical History of Free Public Baths and Pools in Manhatten