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Implementing Clean, Consistent Cartography at a University-Wide Scale

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NACIS 2016 Presentation
Micaella Penning, University of Minnesota Duluth
Stacey Stark, University of Minnesota Duluth
The Geospatial Analysis Center (GAC) has recently taken over from Facilities Management the task of designing and managing campus maps at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The new, navigational wall maps are a long-overdue update to the previous black & white CAD drawings, and through their new design seek to ease navigation for students and increase the sense of campus incorporation into the surrounding community. Challenges have included creating new workflows for units who have previously managed their data outside of a GIS to using integrated data in a central GIS repository. GAC has also been updating campus parking maps, as well as creating specific-use maps such as outdoor assembly spaces and gender inclusive restrooms. It has become GAC's mission to be the central core for spatial data, mapping, and cartography at UMD, with the goal of clean, consistent output that will create greater cartographic congruency across campus.

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Implementing Clean, Consistent Cartography at a University-Wide Scale

  1. 1. Implementing Clean, Consistent Cartography at a University-wide Scale By Micaella Penning, GIS Specialist/Cartographer Geospa9al Analysis Center, University of Minnesota Duluth
  2. 2. Micaella Penning, GIS Specialist/Cartographer – kinzl011@d.umn.edu Geospa9al Analysis Center, University of Minnesota Duluth

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