Cyclopath provides a forum to find and share information about bicycling in the Twin Cities Metro area. Cyclopath is a geowiki: an editable map where anyone can share notes about roads and trails, enter tags about special locations, and fix map problems - like missing trails.
Visit Cyclopath to find bike routes (and other information) and to share your knowledge.
A new collection of digitized versions of historic Minnesota maps is now available in the University Media Repository.
Original print versions of the maps are available for viewing upon request at the Borchert Map Library. HIgh resolution digital copies are available for purchase from the Digital Collections Unit. Contact the Map Library at firstname.lastname@example.org to get pricing information and/or to request a digital copy.
We are excited to share these beautiful and unique items with you!
Cartography 2.0 is a free online knowledge base and e-textbook for students and professionals interested in interactive and animated maps. The authors set out to answer a basic question they had been asked many times: What's the important stuff I need to know about making great on-demand/interactive maps?
Barbara McCorkle has written a carto-bibliography that allows you to find maps in historic British and American Geography books. Multiple indexes (cartographer/engraver, geographic, publisher) provide entry into the list of works.
The University of Minnesota has online access to Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) which provides access to many of the books found in the carto-bibliography....providing you with easy access to many of these maps online.