Everything’s spatial

General discussion on the use of traditional GIS and emerging mapping tools to enhance scholarship.  After several projects using a variety of platforms and tools, I’m interested to share thoughts with others who have worked with faculty to add a mapping component to their DH research.  I would also be happy to hear more generally about work involving data vizualization (temporal, textual, etc.)

Categories: General, Mapping, Session Proposals, Visualization |

About mark-anderson

I got my start in digital libraries cataloging a collection of images for an art collection that had limited public access. That was my first experience with content management and metadata application. Recently, I have been working for Digital Research and Publishing at the University of Iowa, building collections of photographs, maps, documents, audio and video. A growing area of interest for me is GIS and web mapping as it applies to digital humanities scholarship and collections.