Topics for discussion:

  • Why Maps
  • Mobile
  • Maps without GIS knowledge
  • Free
  • Google Earth
  • Historical Layers
  • interpretation
  • User interface

neatline.org – plot archives in space and time

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage- shift of synagogues in Cleveland over time. Not online, in the museum

philaplace.org- Explore the City of Neighborhoods through maps, stories, photographs, and documents, and share the story of your PhilaPlace.

atlas.lib.uiowa.edu/- The Atlas of Early Printing is an interactive map designed to be used as a tool for teaching the early history of printing in Europe during the second half

Redlining in Philadelphia

www.cityofmemory.org/map/index.php

nextexithistory.org/

www.locacious.net/- iPhone app geolocation recording/oral history

hypercities.com- historical layers of historic cities where the map is the interpretive tool

qgis.org- Quantum GIS- freeware program

www.pastvoices.net/brewcity/historicalgis - Mapping the Brew City

esri.com- Commercials GIS software ArcGIS

pictometry.com- orthographic map viewer

labs.metacarta.com/rectifier/- repository of rectified historic maps with current maps

www.thewildernessdowntown.com/ - Arcade Fire video that has customized video based on an address you enter and pulling data from Google maps

www.shakermuseumandlibrary.org/mtlebanon.html- Google Earth tour

www.gigapan.org/- gigapixel images mashed-up with mapping

cyark.org- laser mapping of world heritage sites

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