- 4:00 PM-5:00 PM (Eastern)
- 3:00 PM-4:00 PM (Central)
- 2:00 PM-3:00 PM (Mountain)
- 1:00 PM-2:00 PM (Pacific)
This webinar will introduce participants to the Nimble Tents Toolkit, a set of resources developed to help librarians and others participate and hold mapathons quickly and easily.
- Upon completion of this webinar, participants will have learned how to use the Nimble Tents Toolkit to hold a mapathon at their own institution.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who has an interest in maps, mapping, GIS, data, and building communities.
Presenters: Zoe Borovsky, Alex Gil, and Andy Rutkowski
Zoe Borovksy is UCLA’s Librarian for Digital Research and Scholarship, where she works within the Collections, Research, and Instructional Services department as a liaison to the Digital Humanities Program, and the Anthropology department.
Alex Gil is Digital Scholarship Coordinator for the Humanities and History Division and Affiliate Faculty of the English and Comparative Literature Department at Columbia University. He serves as a consultant to faculty, students and the library on the impact of technology on humanities research, pedagogy and scholarly communications .
Andy Rutkowski is the Visualization Librarian at the University of Southern California Libraries. He works with faculty and students to find and use data and other resources for making maps and visualizations.
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How to Register
Register for: Hold a mapathon and build a community of mappers! An introduction to the Nimble Tents Toolkit and OSM
Register for the following Webinar Series
- Geospatial Data Projects: Getting Started and Keeping Momentum
- Hold a mapathon and build a community of mappers! An introduction to the Nimble Tents Toolkit and OSM
- Genealogical Research with Maps at The New York Public Library