This study employs Web-usage statistics to assess the effectiveness of the WHAIFinder (Wisconsin Historic Aerial Image Finder) application for meeting community outreach goals.
This article, published in the Journal of Extension, shows how maps can be used in a Web analytics context to help assess the impact of outreach and Extension programs. The article shows how maps can be generated from Web analytics data using free GIS software.
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Yesterday, in a press release, Governor Scott Walker announced the availability of a new statewide mapping application to help outdoor enthusiasts locate over a million acres of private land that is potentially available for public access under Wisconsin’s Managed Forest Law (MFL) tax status.
A recent study by the SCO examines the effectiveness of online maps for meeting community outreach goals.
GPX format now available in ControlFinder and PLSSFinder.
The State Cartographer’s Office and UW-Eau Claire have launched a research project to examine the feasibility of producing an online multi-county parcel map viewer.
As if there was any doubt, mobile GIS is here to stay.
The “Changing Landscapes of Wisconsin” project, under which the Wisconsin Historic Aerial Image Finder was developed, has been awarded the 2011 Governor’s Award for Archival Innovation.
The Wisconsin State Cartographer’s Office recently launched new versions of its popular ControlFinder and PLSSFinder applications.