ArcGIS Online a platform for creating and sharing maps, mapping applications, and data. Anyone with a UCSB netID has access.  Log on using your UCSB netID.  Signing on to ArcGIS Online also gives you access to Esri's library of online training materials.  Anything in the Esri library marked "Requires Maintenance" is free for UCSB affiliates.

Users may request additional ArGIS Online editing and publishing privileges. Please contact collaboratory [at] library [dot] ucsb [dot] edu describing how you would like to use the platform and we will choose the appropriate privileges for you.

Esri Business Analyst Online (BAO) and Community Analyst (which are identical products) have separate login pages. These products allow location analysis using a wide variety of proprietary demographic and economic indicators, including for 32 countries in Western and Eastern Europe.  If you would like to use these tools, email collaboratory [at] library [dot] ucsb [dot] edu and request to be authorized to use these tools.

GeoPlanner for ArcGIS, another online tool, is also available via a separate login page.

 

We have made a small list of available web maps to help you explore the capabilities of ArcGIS Online. We have created a library research guide to help you get started with ArcGIS Online.

Esri offers a number of add-on tools for AGO.  Each one varies in quality and usefulness. Feel free to suggest some of your own favorites!  They all require an existing ArcGIS Online account, so make sure to login to AGO with your UCSBnetID before doing anything else.

  • ArcGIS Online Assistant
    Helps you to manage your content.   Make sure to sign in with your enterprise account!
  • Business Analyst Online (BAO).  
    Site analysis and consumer information that can produce packaged reports.  This products allow location analysis using a wide variety of proprietary demographic and economic indicators, including for 32 countries in Western and Eastern Europe.  Request access by emailing collaboratory [at] library [dot] ucsb [dot] edu.
  • GeoPlanner. A set of workflows and analysis tools built around GeoDesign principles.

ArcGIS Online is part of UCSB's Esri Site License.