On January 11th, Google added Dartmouth’s campus to its Street View, an interactive feature of Google Maps introduced in 2007. Dartmouth is one of approximately 20 colleges and universities included in the feature. With Street View, prospective students are able to take a virtual walk around campus an enjoy a 360-degree view of Hanover.
“This new feature of Google mapping is a great way for the world to see Dartmouth’s campus,” says Jane Seibel, Assistant Dean of Recruiting and Diversity. “Prospective students, visitors and alumni can navigate to places of interest and get an up-close look at the area.”
“I have always loved the power of Google Earth and it is great to have the technology to get even closer to a point of interest and especially exciting that it is available for the Dartmouth campus.”
For more information on Google Street View and Dartmouth’s involvement, read the full article on Dartmouth Now.
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