I made a Story Map about Epicurus for my Introduction to Philosophy class! See blog post here about how I created it as part of a Creative Commons certificate course I'm taking: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2018/09/15/story-map-epicurus/
Here's a direct link to the story map: https://www.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=45e996429a4747c0ad7a3d31eebb4545
@chendricks Thanks for this post and explanation! Your map looks great. I did not know that this tool exists and have never thought of using maps to tell stories this way.
@xldrkp I hadn't thought of it either! The tool isn't really designed for what I used it for (I wasn't really using maps much) but it works for that. And there are so many other interesting things one can do if one looks at the examples on the site!
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