Google MapUp 2012: Help us put BYU-Idaho on the map!

February 14, 2012

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In efforts to map campus, BYU-Idaho University Communications is sponsoring a community Google MapUp party. BYU-Idaho students, as well as community members, are invited to participate in mapping campus pathways, roads and buildings. Attendees are asked to bring laptops if possible as there will be a limited number of computers available for participant use. We also ask that you submit an RSVP as our space is limited.

 

EVENT INFO

DATE: Thursday, March 22

TIME: 6-9pm

LOCATION: SMITH 378

 

 

Pizza and drinks will be provided.

 

If you'd like to receive updates concerning the Google MapUp party, please register with our community.

 

About Google MapUp
Google MapUp is an event in which a group of individuals gather to map their community, a specific area such as a town or city. Avid cartographers use Google Map Maker to add and edit roads, streams, schools, and more. Google Map Maker allows you to add and update geographic information for millions of users to see in Google Maps and Google Earth. By sharing information about the places you know, like businesses in your town or places on your school campus, you can ensure the map accurately reflects the world around you. Updates will be reviewed and, once approved, will appear online for people from all over the world to see.

 

To read more about Google Map Maker, visit www.google.com/mapmaker.

 

Documents

Buildings Packet

Parking Zones Packet