Submissions due: April 23
Judging period: week of April 26
Announcing the winner: May 10
Traditional GIS work takes the form of a poster presentation which includes both maps and images and a larger argument or discussion of a topic. Check out the link below for examples of past winners.
1. Create your poster in Microsoft PowerPoint, include:
2. Convert your PowerPoint slide to PDF
>3. Submit your project via the submission form.
Note: Resubmitted work must be clearly marked revised
Poster examples from previous winners >>
Digital Maps include story maps that may be created through sites like Knightlab StoryMap JS or ArcGIS Online. These maps must be shared with the judging committee through their public URL.
1. Your digital map should include:
2. Submit the link to your project via the submission form.
Note: Please make sure that your digital map is publicly accessible, and check your digital map in Chrome before submitting.
Please contact Matthew Naglak, Digital Scholarship Librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.