Topics for discussion:

  • Why Maps
  • Mobile
  • Maps without GIS knowledge
  • Free
  • Google Earth
  • Historical Layers
  • interpretation
  • User interface – plot archives in space and time

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage- shift of synagogues in Cleveland over time. Not online, in the museum– Explore the City of Neighborhoods through maps, stories, photographs, and documents, and share the story of your PhilaPlace.– 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– iPhone app geolocation recording/oral history– historical layers of historic cities where the map is the interpretive tool Quantum GIS- freeware program – Mapping the Brew City– Commercials GIS software ArcGIS– orthographic map viewer– repository of rectified historic maps with current maps – Arcade Fire video that has customized video based on an address you enter and pulling data from Google maps– Google Earth tour– gigapixel images mashed-up with mapping– laser mapping of world heritage sites