REGISTRATION NOW OPEN 14th – 16th April 2021 We are pleased to announce the 29th Annual GIS Research UK (GISRUK) Conference, which will take place as a fully online event from Wednesday 14th April to Friday 16th April 2021. The whole conference will be fully open and free (£0) and is hosted by Cardiff University. […]
GISRUK 2021: FREE, OPEN, ONLINE Conference 13th – 16th April 2021 TWO WEEK REMINDER – SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS deadline extended until Monday 15th February 2021 We are pleased to invite you to submit a 1500 word extended abstract for the 29th Annual GIS Research UK (GISRUK) Conference, which will take place as a fully online event […]
Hi, We are running a webinar for any of you who are new to Digimap Collections, on 17th February at 11am GMT. We will introduce the key features of our Digimap mapper, Roam and consider when you would use Data Download. You will have the chance to ask questions. By the end of the webinar […]
Please select any webinar link below to register and you will receive a confirmation email with joining instructions. We use Zoom to deliver webinars. Digimap Collections – an introduction: Thursday 12 November: 12:30 – 1:00pm Tuesday 1 December: 10:30 – 11:00am This webinar is for people who are new to Digimap. We will introduce the key […]
EDINA have taken the difficult decision to withdraw the Ordnance Survey Northern Ireland (OSNI) data from Digimap at the end of the current subscription year on 31st July 2020. For those who have had a subscription to the OSNI data and have downloaded any licensed OSNI data from Digimap over the past 12 months you […]
You may have noticed a new tab has appeared on the Digimap home page, labelled Noteable. Noteable is a new service from EDINA, a cloud-based service which allows users to create, run & visualise code in a large number of computational languages. It can be used to access the unlimited opportunities of Python and/or R […]
Hi folks, we’ve added 2 new features to the service.
(NOTE: These enhancements can ONLY be done by the primary contact (i.e. the teacher who originally signed up) at the school who has the ‘PIN’ code.)
Firstly you now have the ability to customise the banner at the top of your screen, so you can personalise your version of the service.
Secondly, you can also turn ‘on’ and ‘off’ the ‘Saved maps’ functionality. Some teachers may have concerns about pupils being able to see each other maps so we have now put it at the discretion of you as teachers.
Simply click the drop down menu on the top right of the screen, enter your PIN and then you can change the sub-header to the name of your school and turn ‘on’ or ‘off’ the ‘Saved Maps’ section.
Kit Rackley, a former teacher and Geographical Association consultant recently delivered a fantastic webinar for us on Mapping your Walk using Digimap for Schools.
This is a fabulous webinar as it has Kit’s son Theo tangibly using the service to map and print their walk!