Workshop Series: Mapping

This workshop will provide an introduction to two types of maps that can be used in historical research and in developing digital humanities projects. The workshop will be led by Ken Middleton and is open to all MTSU faculty, staff and students.

Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017, 11:30am- 1:00pm

Location: Library 264A (Instruction Classroom)


Workshop Details and Topics

Grant Opportunity--CFP Extended

Digital Scholarship Initaitves invites proposals for a Digital Seed Grant to support individual or collaborative digital projects in research, teaching or public outreach from any discipline at MTSU. Faculty and staff are eligible to apply for a grant award of up to $2,000 for reimburseable items used in the development of a digital project. Applications are due December 7, 2016 for an award period of January-December 2017.

StoryMaps Workshops

Are you a faculty member interested in using a mapping application as a course project or optional platform for an assignment? Are you a student in need of more training on mapping applications to complete an assignment? Are you just interested in learning more about GIS or other mapping alternatives? Looking for a place to start? Come learn about StoryMaps, an interactive mapping application by ESRI, from the Library's own Ken Middleton. Check out the schedule below.

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