Cartoshop: Workshops on Digital Mapping Spring 2016

Posted by Theresa Quill, Social Sciences Librarian
Cartoshop workshop flyer

Join us for a mapping workshop this spring! Go to libraries.indiana.edu/workshops to view the full list of Cartoshop workshops and to sign up! Below, find a brief listing of topics & dates.

CartoDB is a free, cloud based tool for mapping and data visualization. This workshop will take you through the steps of creating a map, including uploading and editing data, styling your map, and publishing. No GIS or coding experience necessary.  

This workshop starts where web mapping 101 left off. Dive deeper into elements of cartographic design and data management. Prior experience with CartoDB is highly recommended.

ArcGIS Online is the free, web-based companion to the popular GIS software, ArcGIS Desktop. This workshop will introduce ArcGIS Online as a web mapping platform.

StoryMaps is a friendly, widget-driven platform for creating web maps with a little extra.

The Indiana Spatial Data Portal (ISDP) provides access to more than 30 terabytes of Indiana geospatial data. This workshop will show you how to find and use data from this extensive resource.
Visit workshop link above for schedule and to register

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