Map Library Blog
Bob and his crew are actively moving the MSU map collection to the 2nd floor of the East Wing. We anticipate the move completing in mid-August in time for Fall 2018 semester. We plan to stay open during the move, just let us know what you want to find and we will track it down!
This summer we are having a week long series of 3D themed workshops! All workshops will be held in the Digital Scholarship Lab between 3:00-5:00.
Monday June 11
Intro to 3D Modeling and Printing with OnShape
We are offering five workshops this spring semester.They are free and open to anyone who wishes to attend.
Michigan's 83 counties are divided into villages, townships, charter townships, and cities. Collectively these units are known as Minor Civil Divisions. The differences between them relate to the degree of power they have over their administrative structure, their taxing powers, territorial...Continue reading <a href="/map-library/2017/oct/what-are-michigans-minor-civil-divisions">What are Michigan's Minor Civil Divisions?</a>...
During Fall Semester 2017, MSU students, faculty and staff have access to a new map database MapVault.
We have some new and some repeated workshops for Fall 2017! All workshops are free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but not required.
Introduction to QGIS Make a Simple Map with Vector Data: Friday September 15th Beaumont West 3:00-4:00
An interactive map has been created which displays the land parcels selected by the State of Michigan under the Morrill Land Grant College Act.
In 1951 the State Library of Michigan, then in the Cass Building, was set on fire. State workers rushed to save as many water logged items as possible. In the picture above Michigan Department of Transportation workers are using irons to flatten maps. The recovery efforts were featured in
In 1790, The newly formed US Congress passed the Residence Act allowing for the creation of a new city ‘not more than 10 miles square’ as the seat of the Federal government. The site chosen by George Washington sat between the Potomac and Anacostia rivers making the city accessible for commerce...