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Special Event at the David Rumsey Map Center
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Special Event: April 13, 2017, 1 pm - 5 pm | Attendence is free, Pre-register here to attend.

Anniversary Celebration Talks


To celebrate our first year since we opened on April 19, 2016 we are holding an afternoon of talks, beginning with a special keynote speaker, Eric W. Sanderson. The event features talks/demos by David Rumsey, Stace Maples, Stanford Geospatial Center and G. Salim Mohammed, David Rumsey Map Center. See below for details.
Why historical maps are essential to the future of cities: Evidence from the Mannahatta Project by Eric W. Sanderson
Schedule of Talks
Pre-Registeration Required, Register Here
1-2 pm:
Dr. Eric Sanderson



 
Why historical maps are essential to the future of cities: evidence from the Mannahatta Project. 

Dr. Sanderson is a Senior Conservation Ecologist at the Wildlife Conservation Society. For more on his work and this talk, please visit this page.
2-2.30 pm:
G. Salim Mohammed
MiraMaps - Mirador as a tool to study maps from global collections.
2.30-3 pm: Break - Time to check out the exhibits and technology in the center.
3.45-4.30 pm:
Stace Maples
 
What’s in a Map (…and How Do I Get It Out)?: A demonstration of workflows for moving from a paper map to digital data.
3-3.45 pm:
David Rumsey
New Tools on davidrumsey.com: Georeferencing maps
4.30-5 pm: Open Hours - Time to check out exhibits and technology in the center.
 
Pre-Registeration Required, Register Here
Public Hours: 1 pm to 5 pm. Please check our website as we occasionally close for classes or events.
Morning hours are reserved for classes and workshops.

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