You can configure either element to just show results for one particular park or for several parks. The USAJobs element also allows for results to be shown based on other criteria, like state(s) or zip code(s).
- Bibliographic elements
Three different ways for you to curate a list of references in the Integrated Resources Management Application (IRMA) and list those resources (with links back to IRMA). Great for footnotes/references to a scientific-minded article or web page.
- Current weather & forecast
Pull an area forecast from weather.gov using this simple element.
- Park planning element
A way to advertise to the public what documents are open for public comment and review for a park or several parks.
- Park species list
This draws from the IRMA NPSpecies site and shows the species living in a given park or several parks.
- NASA "Spot the Station" widget
Because we love NASA, and because they have a simple tool that lets you figure out if you can see the space station from a given place, there is an element that parks can use to let their visitors know when to look up to see the space station.
- USAJob element
Draws on data from USAJobs.gov to show job openings for a given area (a park, a zip code, a state, etc).
- Volunteer element
Draws on data from volunteer.gov to show volunteer positions for one or more parks.
Bibliography ElementThe example of this element begins below with "Optional Title Goes Here." That, the subtitle, and the intro/description text are all optional, but can be used to add extra explanation or context to the element. Note that each reference cited in the bibliography links to that item within IRMA.
This can be a particularly nice way to save yourself some labor; instead of uploading a document to IRMA and to a park website, just cite the IRMA instance from your website. (But, don't forget that all uploaded documents must meet accessibility standards).