University of Washington Launches 9 new SimplyMap Tutorials

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Doreen Harwood, Business Librarian from the University of Washington has developed a series of detailed tutorials on using SimplyMap. The tutorials, which are Flash-based and interactive, cover the following topics:

Module 1: How to Register and Create a Personal Workspace

Module 2: How to Select Geographic Locations

Module 3: How to Build and Export Research Items

Module 4: How to Build and Export Image Items

Module 5: How to Develop Data and Image Items with More Geographically Specific Detail

Module 6: How to Rank SimplyMap Data (See Module 9 for a simpler ranking method)

Module 7: How to Find and Use MRI Consumer Survey Data

Module 8: How to Edit the SimplyMap Legend

Module 9: How to Rank Data Using SimplyMap Ranking Feature

Thank you to Doreen for developing this valuable resource and making it available to the SimplyMap community!

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Drexel University Library Develops Poster Introducing SimplyMap to Students

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A team of librarians at Drexel University has developed a detailed poster to introduce SimplyMap as a new research tool for the student body. The poster was launched on Drexel Research Day in April 2008, and is available as a free download from the Drexel Library website. It includes detailed information on how to use SimplyMap, including examples of research and business questions that can be answered with SimplyMap. Thank you to Jay Bhatt, Tara Martin, Larry Millikin, Josh Roberts, Tim Siftar, and Beth Ten-Have for creating this innovative new tool!

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SimplyMap Recognized as Outstanding Business Reference Source

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The BRASS Business Reference Sources Committee of Reference & User Services Quarterly (RUSA) selected SimplyMap as one of the Outstanding Business Reference Sources for 2007.

Excerpt from the article:

SimplyMap is an exquisite solution to frequently asked business reference questions. It combines mapping capabilities with extensive demographic, business, and marketing data that enables novice users to create their own interactive thematic maps and reports using a Web browser.

Millennial students, who tend to be visual learners, may even have fun completing their marketing assignments with this innovative product. Public librarians will be thanked by their users for adding this resource that produces professional-quality thematic maps and reports.

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