Category Archives: Mapping
As part of the many activities Dartmouth has scheduled for Veterans Day, we have created a War Memorial Map. We highlight 7 sites on campus that commemorate the men and women who have so proudly and valiantly worn the uniforms of our nation’s military.
At Dartmouth we have a pretty good idea about when our approximately 150 buildings on the core campus were built. We can do some cool coloring stuff with GIS too, but imagine coloring the buildings of a whole country! The Waag … Continue reading
Public Affairs is still in the process of tweaking the colors and information of the campus map. Feel free to critique the map and respond to the design and layout!
Earlier this week, Dartmouth launched its mobile site: m.dartmouth.edu. Its Map feature, perhaps the most anticipated, will be officially replacing the existing Dartmouth’s Campus Map page soon, but users can now check out the significantly improved campus map with searchable features … Continue reading
A nice collection One map of particular trail interest is “Dartmouth Open Slope Region” Dartmouth open slope region
More news to come on the Safe Routes to School efforts.
Our Upper Valley planners quarterly gathering was hosted by Norwich yesterday. Great chili made by Phil and amazing lemon tart provided by Woodstock’s Michael Brands – it was all delicious. We shared war stories. Talked about development activity (or lack thereof); … Continue reading
Did you know that in the 1860s the Trustees of Dartmouth College commissioned the landscape architectural firm, Lee & Follen, to develop its first campus wide landscape plan? Since then the preservation and enrichment of the campus and balancing the … Continue reading