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Join us for the Map Mashup event kickoff and OpenGeo Lightning Talks, including choosing a map, cartography, georeferencing, open source tools, open data and more! Beverages & snacks will be provided.
REGISTER in advance to receive a Zoom link for this hybrid event.
Location: Earth Sciences & Map Library Seminar Room (55A McCone Hall) & Zoom
This event is part of Map Mashup, a two-day map-making extravaganza. Anyone is welcome to participate in this event, even if you do not plan on submitting a Map Mashup creation.
The UC Berkeley Earth Sciences & Map Library invites students and others to use maps from our collection as the basis for a new map that they create. Over the course of two days we’re hosting a series of map-related workshops and open work hours for people to work on their maps, either individually or in groups. The map mashups can be created on a computer or using physical materials. We’ll publish digital versions of the final map mashups online!