Evans Map Room

The Map Room is named in honor of the Evans Family (Barbara & R. Bradford Evans '64).

The Evans Map Room is located on the second floor of the Berry Library, next to the Jones Media Center.

The Map Room is open limited hours and limited access for the next few months.

  1. At this time, access is limited to current students, staff and faculty at Dartmouth.
  2. If you wish to visit the Map Room to see maps or Art Special items, you must make an appointment. Appointment times are available Monday through Friday. Click here to see available times and to make an appointment.
  3. Appointments must be made at least 36 hours in advance of the time desired.
  4. Those appointments are 45 minutes each. If you need more time, you can book back-to-back appointments.
  5. There are also 2 GIS terminals which are available 10 am to 12 noon and 1 to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.
    1. Email the map room at map.room@dartmouth.edu for availability and appointments.
    2. We will email you back with appointment times, a link to make an appointment to enter the Baker-Berry building and other details.
  6. There is no drop-in access available at this time.
  7. The Bloomberg terminals have moved temporarily out of the Map Room for this time period.
  8. Come directly to the Evans Map Room on the 2nd floor of Berry Library at the time of your appointment.
  9. All users in the map room are expected to abide by the College's rules on social distancing and mask wearing.
  10. If you have more questions, please call the Map Room at (603) 646-0962.

See local COVID-19 maps for New Hampshire & Vermont.

Celebrate Geography Awareness Week and GIS Day. Celebrate all things geographic in your life! Coming on Wednesday, November 18, 2020!

On the cover of Popular Mechanics, the July/August 2020 issue is the following statement: "Here's to the most underappreciated technology of our history -- and our future, Maps: humankind's greatest tool."

Giada Peterle (2018). "Carto-fiction: narrativising maps through creative writing." Social & Cultural Geography.

Number 37 on the list of "101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth" from the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine.

The "D": "Behind the Curtain: The Evans Map Room," February 9, 2014 (online)

Caquard, S. & Fiset, J-P. (2014). How can we map stories? A cybercartographic application for narrative cartography. Journal of Maps, 10, 18-25.

"Can Maps Teach Us About Writing?" in the Dartmouth Now posted June 13, 2013. Mark Koch brings his class to the Evans Map Room so they can see different types of maps.

ESRI small logoSummer internships are available again at Esri. Click here for more information.

The International Map Year  Logo for International Map Year

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