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Choosing a Digital Method: Mapping
Date
2017-09-07 (Creation date: 2017-09-07)
Main contributor
Mia Partlow
Summary
Digital mapping offers a variety of options that range in complexity from dropping a point on your smartphone’s mapping application to analyzing statistical differences in different geographies to warping geography for historical or artistic purposes. In addition to learning digital mapping methodology for humanist and social sciences research, and adapt mapping tools for artistic practice, we will discuss the critical application of these tools and how they can be used effectively in the classroom.​

This presentation was part of a series of workshops offered by the Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities called Choosing a Digital Method.
Genre
workshop
Subjects
geographic information systems; digital methods; historical geographic information systems; spatial analysis; interactive maps
Collection
IDAH Workshop Series
Unit
Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities
Language
English
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