ASU maintains an annual Education Program site license for Esri geographic information system (GIS) software. Many of the products are available for teaching, research, and administrative uses; others are available only for teaching, research, and student learning purposes. None of the products can be used for any profit-making or commercial purposes.
This ASU Esri Software guide contains answers to all the questions you might have about accessing Esri's robust suite of desktop and web-based GIS and web application building software.
Use the menu items to navigate to the Esri software application or training opportunity you're looking for.
The guide was created by staff at the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub. For all geospatial software, data, map, or geographic imagery requests, please submit a Map and Geospatial Hub service request.
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