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Event: #Maptime Detroit

What: #Maptime

A monthly event that will share mapping skills at a different community group each meeting. Read more about #maptime DETROIT

Why: Goal…

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Detroit

Meeting Old Friends!

Marion Bramwell (Mee, as was) and Mick Parrish were delighted to meet after a gap of more than 60 years at Mapping the Riverhead exhibition today. 47 more words

Riverhead

Teaching with Maps--National Education Association

The website that National Education Association provides to teach mapping offers many different resources. Mainly, this website is a great resource for teachers; it presents supportive material for lessons, as well as lessons themselves. 80 more words

Social Studies

Projections

From a series a collaboration between English photographer Mads Perch and art director Gemma Fletcher : portraits of a man and a women featuring mappings projected on their faces.

Art

Mapping the International Congresses

At the annual board meeting of the Commission on Bibliography and Documentation (CBD) this past summer in Berlin, we decided that our commission needed to work on documentation of our discipline’s international activities. 384 more words

Mapping the Vancouver 2014 Election Candidates


Is there any regional bias to the Vancouver election candidates? I took the postal codes from the candidates nomination papers and mapped them.

Here are a few interesting tidbits I noticed. 137 more words

Vancouver

Stonewall Jackson's Topographer

A few days ago my old friend Jim, unreconstructed Southerner (from South Jersey) and full-time VMI (Virginia Military Institute) alumni, let me know that there’s a new book out on VMI’s most well known professor, Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson.   797 more words

History