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Wednesday
Mar 30th, 2011
2:15 PM - 3:05 PM
Room 552 A
Eastern Time
Exploring a location from a contemporary and historical vantage point enables researchers and students to visualize changes in development, policies, and population distribution. Using interactive web-based mapping applications, this presentation will provide examples so you can enrich course content and research to provide detailed comparisons based on a geographic location.
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2:15pm session #nc11_sess38 Exploring the Past: Research Meets Interactive Mapping - Room 552a #nercomp11

Cool links from #nercomp11 #NC11_SESS38 session on interactive mapping - http://www.historypin.com and http://www.whatwasthere.com

RT @stephaniedoes: Cool links from #nercomp11 #NC11_SESS38 session on interactive mapping - http://www.historypin.com and http://www.whatwasthere.com

RT @stephaniedoes: Cool links from #nercomp11 #NC11_SESS38 session on interactive mapping - http://www.historypin.com and http://www.whatwasthere.com

“Exploring the Past: Research Meets Interactive Mapping” should be very interesting, at NERCOMP 3/31/2011 #NC11_SESS38 http://bit.ly/hHnk7L


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2:15pm session #nc11_sess38 Exploring the Past: Research Meets Interactive Mapping - Room 552a #nercomp11

Cool links from #nercomp11 #NC11_SESS38 session on interactive mapping - http://www.historypin.com and http://www.whatwasthere.com

RT @stephaniedoes: Cool links from #nercomp11 #NC11_SESS38 session on interactive mapping - http://www.historypin.com and http://www.whatwasthere.com

RT @stephaniedoes: Cool links from #nercomp11 #NC11_SESS38 session on interactive mapping - http://www.historypin.com and http://www.whatwasthere.com

“Exploring the Past: Research Meets Interactive Mapping” should be very interesting, at NERCOMP 3/31/2011 #NC11_SESS38 http://bit.ly/hHnk7L