The making of Maps and their relevance for Landscape and Garden Historians

Posted on April 23rd, 2012 by Charles Boot
May ’12
16
11:00 am

The making of Maps and their relevance for Landscape and Garden Historians

At Map Collections, National Library of Scotland

11am to 4pm, Wednesday 16 May

Fully Booked

This is a training day for members of the Angus, Dumfries and Galloway and East Renfrew Volunteer Survey Groups. It will address issues related to both paper-based and digital maps and reference will also be made to the use of Geographic Information Systems. The one-day course will be tutored by Chris Fleet, Deputy Map curator at the National Library of Scotland (Causewayside Building, 159 Causewayside, Edinburgh EH9 1PH) and colleagues.

There will be no charge. Participants are asked to bring a packed lunch. If you are a member of one of the three groups mentioned above and wish to attend the course, please let your group co-ordinator know and make your booking through them. If you are a member of one of the East Lothian survey groups, or a GHS member but not a volunteer and you would like to put your name on the waiting list for a place, please contact Sue Hewer or 01575 560 259


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