About MiL Program

Map in Learning (MiL) Program, organized by Esri China (HK) and Hong Kong Education City (HKEdCity) with the support from the Education Bureau (EDB), the HKSAR Government, aims to develop, promote and sustain an excellent eLearning environment and resources in education for our next generations. The vision of MiL Program is to engage schools widely adopting GIS innovative solution and software in their extra-curriculum activities for student’s learning.

Under the MiL Program, Esri China (HK) provides free subscription of ArcGIS Online School Account, valued at HK$56 Million, to all primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong and Macao in 2015. In addition, various technical support services, teacher training workshop and online e-learning resources are also provided on complimentary basis.

MiL Program not only encourages students to understand the world and their own community by easily making web maps and analyzing data online, but also assists teachers in creating suitable learning contexts for particular educational purposes for students. Thus, ArcGIS Online, a cloud-based web mapping platform, helps students to develop the life-long learning capabilities and problem solving skills that are needed in our ever-changing society.

Maps have been applied in diversified humanities and science subjects, and web mapping has become part of our life. In addition, school campuses with WiFi will become the majority in coming years. This is a great opportunity to establish an innovative, interactive and user-friendly eLearning community with the support and participation of schools and educators.

ABOUT Esri Map4Kids 2017

Esri China (HK) is the leading provider of Geographic Information System (GIS) and mapping solutions in Hong Kong and Macao. As part of our 20th Anniversary Celebration, we will be hosting our first public event for children called Esri Map4Kids. Targeting P.1 to P.6 students to learn about GIS, which is an interesting, interactive and innovative digital mapping tool. We will bring the world’s landscape to the eyes of children by engaging them with hands-on activities.


Children can gain a greater understanding of the impact of population, climate change, food waste and energy on our planet through interactive activities such as a fun treasure hunt that get kids moving. They will learn to think differently and creatively through learning, using and sharing digital maps and geographic information during the event.


Conference Hall 2, Core Building 1, Hong Kong Science Park

Esri Map of Hong Kong Science Park

Direction to Venue (video)

To learn more about Hong Kong Science Park, please visit their website at https://www.hkstp.org.


Date: Aug 12 to Aug 13, 2017
Time: 2 sessions per day (2.5 hours per session)

Aug 12 (Sat)Aug 13 (Sun)
09:30 – 12:00Junior groupSenior group
13:30 – 16:00Senior groupJunior group

*Note: registration will be limited to one session only per child.


Primary 1 – 3 (Junior Group)
Primary 4 – 6 (Senior Group)

* The activity will be conducted in Cantonese.


FREE of Charge
Registration Period: Now to July 24, 2017
Successful applicants will be chosen randomly and will receive a confirmation email on or before July 28, 2017.

*Reminder: registration will be limited to one session only per child.



For enquiries, please contact Ms. Ada Cheong at 3768 5955 or email to event@esrichina.hk.

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