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Help Documents

 

In our Community toolbox, you'll find a wide variety of resources and help documents on iMapInvasives including videos, PowerPoint presentations, brochures, and handouts.  Each item can be viewed, downloaded, or printed for free and all are encouraged for use at special events where invasive species are a relevant topic, outreach tools when speaking with individuals who have an interest in tracking invasive species, or as training materials.

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iMapInvasives 3.0: The Basics

 

Learn the basics of logging in, setting up your profile, and creating records, as well as how to use the iMap Mobile App, in this recorded training course available on YouTube. This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's Jennifer Dean and John Marino.

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How to Sign In to iMapInvasives

 

This one-page front and back handout provides instructions on signing in for the first time to iMapInvasives, both for users with an iMap 2 account and new users. This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's Carli Fraccarolli.

 

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Overview of User Roles

 

This one-page document provides an overview of the most common user roles and permissions in iMapInvasives. This resource was developed by the Oregon iMapInvasives data administrator Lindsey Wise.

 

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Data Types and How You can Use iMap

 

This one-page front and back handout provides an explanation of the iMapInvasives data types and how they relate to each other, and how iMapInvasives can help you in your work with invasive species. This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's Carli Fraccarolli.

 

Map Button Appendix

 

This one-page front and back handout provides an explanation of the iMapInvasives map navigation buttons and other tools. This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's Carli Fraccarolli.

 

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Create a Record

 

This one-page front and back handout provides a guide to using the Create Record tool. This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's Carli Fraccarolli.

 

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Moving the Location of a Point

 

This presentation provides a guide to editing the location of a presence point. This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's SUNY ESF Intern Gaby Wemple.

 

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Create a Project

 

Projects are used to tie many records together, such as to group all records related to a single field season, management area, or grant. This guide provides step by step instruction on creating a project and adding project members. Created by New York Natural Heritage Program's Colleen Lutz.

 

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Transitioning to iMapInvasives Mobile App Version 3.0.0

 

This one-page front and back handout provides a guide to updating your previous version of the iMap Mobile App to work with iMap 3.0. You can now report not detected records for any species tracked by your jurisdiction! This resource was developed by the New York Natural Heritage Program's John Marino.

 

"Invasive Species of Concern for Saskatchewan"

 

This YouTube video, originally broadcast as a webinar, provides a general overview of the Saskatchewan iMapInvasives program and demonstrates how iMapInvasives is connecting citizen scientists, researchers, and land managers in this region of Canada.  This resource was developed by the Saskatchewan iMapInvasives Administrator, Ahdia Hassan.

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"Wider Uses of the iMapInvasives Dataset"

 

This PowerPoint presentation discusses the wider uses of the iMapInvasives database in resource management, strategic planning, and other applications. It was developed by the Oregon iMapInvasives Administrator, Lindsey Wise.

 

Questions about this resource?  

Contact Lindsey Wise for more details.

Resources for iMapInvasives Administrators

 

Materials found in this category are for the sole usage of the administrators from each participating state or province in the iMapInvasives network. In order to access these materials, you must first be approved as a site member.

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