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Esri Software

NOTE: If you already have an ArcGIS Online account associated with ASU, your account should already be authorized for Esri Academy.
If you have not signed into ASU's ArcGIS Online organization:
  • Visit the ASU ArcGIS Online website: asu.maps.arcgis.com
  • Sign in using your ASURITE username and password
 

If you opt to login to ASU’s organizational instance via the generic ArcGIS Online site (arcgis.com), you must select the option to Sign in with “Organization URL”. Then, put 'asu' in the next box. You'll be directed to an ASU login page. Simply enter your ASURITE credentials and you're all set.

NOTE: If Training is not available, check that your ASURITE username is followed by “_asu”. For example: olander_asu

Click on your name in the upper right and select “Training.” You’ll be redirected to the Esri Academy website

Click on “Catalog” in the top menu

All “Maintenance” and “Free” courses are available to ASU affiliates (students, faculty, staff)

View available Esri courses

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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