Posted: January 31, 2024

Join the University Libraries on February 15th (virtually or in person) to learn about maps, geospatial resources, and approaches to tell your story through geospatial data.

As geospatial data can relate to a broad range of topics, this session will touch upon relatable characteristics of geospatial data resources and identify ways for you to connect geospatial interests and approaches. This session will highlight commonly used geospatial applications, such as ArcGIS Online, along with other open geospatial resources. This session aims to engage participants to think critically about the geospatial data of projects and reflect on the biases of explaining geospatial data in a personal and responsible manner.

The workshop is open to all faculty, staff, and students.

Presented by Tara Anthony,, GIS Specialist, Donald W. Hamer Center for Maps and Geospatial Information, Penn State University Libraries.

Where and When: W13 Pattee Library, February 15, 2024: 4-5 pm or virtual.

In-person sign up.

Virtual registration.