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Creating Google Maps (Q/O)

GoogleMaps allows you to make the most of GIS-related data visualization without the need for more complicated GIS programs. GMs allows you to create maps that remain "private" or are made "public" discoverable by anyone searching throughout GoogleMaps. You can work alone or collaborate to develop a walking tour, lend a geographic component to your lessons, map out Excel-data in a visual way
Related LibGuide: http://campusguides.stjohns.edu/googlemaps

This workshop will be held simultaneously in St. Augustine Hall Library 307 and Online: http://sju.webex.com/meet/shaughnk

Note: If you are participating online, please log-in a bit early to ensure you have downloaded the Webex Add-on.

Related LibGuide: Using GoogleMaps by Kathryn Shaughnessy

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Q-Library 307 & Online
Online & Queens (simulcast)
  Audience: Faculty     IR_training     Online Workshop     Open / Free resources     Queens workshop     Technology     OER_Affordable_courses  
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Kathryn Shaughnessy

Associate Professor & Librarian
(718) 990-1454


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