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Geographic Information Systems and other mapping tools will help you locate, present, analyze, and interact with data that is geographically referenced. These tools are used in many fields such as environmental studies, geography, geology, natural resources management, demographics, public health, economics, history, and much, much more.
Common tools and resources
- Software: ArcGIS Online, StoryMaps
- Deborah Reichler
- ARTH 292 - Modern Architecture: 1750-present / Brigit Ferguson
- CNMS 201 - Introduction to Digital Humanities / Janet Oppedisano (map)
- ENVST 210 - Gateway to Environmental Studies / Aaron Strong (map)
- ENVST 250 - Interpreting the American Environment / Peter Simons
- GOVT 360 - Politics & Theory of Place & Space / Peter Cannavo
- HIST 132 - Jewish Civilization from the Talmud to the Yishuv / Shoshana Keller (map)
- HIST 224 - Vienna Empire: 1683-1945 / John Eldevik (map)
- HIST 156 - Making Modern Cities / Lisa Trivedi
- HIST 226 - History of Ideas / Mackenzie Cooley (map)
- WMGST 402 - Global Feminisms / Anne Lacsamana
Follow these links related to GIS and mapping at Hamilton and beyond that the R&ID team has found most relevant.