Connecticut (and the rest of the world for that matter) looks so different from above than from the ground. I spend a good deal of time looking at aerial imagery of Connecticut including different color combinations, times of year (leaves or no leaves) and different years to see change. There are many places that I […]
Goodbye GPS Unit, Hello Smart Phone
Smartphones are the swiss army knife of the digital world. They have replaced countless single-function gadgets from calculators to cameras to pagers to, um, phones! But for mapping geeks, one of the gadgets they have not quite been able to shake is the handheld GPS unit, at least until now. The Geospatial Training Program at […]
Putting Maps & Geographic Data on the Web
January 20, 2010 Presented by Presented by Cary Chadwick, UConn CLEAR This webinar demonstrated how anyone can use Google tools to publish basic geographic information on a customized map using Google Maps and Google Earth. It also covered techniques for embedding an interactive map on a website. This webinar is no longer available for viewing.