San Antonio College brings Internet mapping to the humanities in a project designed to create, and train faculty in the use of, mapping modules intended to enhance humanities courses. The initial funding for this project came from a National Endowment for the Humanities 2003 Focus Grant (see Project History).
During the first project phase, fall 2003, three modules were created using the most advanced Web based GIS technology. These projects were field-tests in spring 2004. During the second phase of the project, Spring and Summer 2004, four additional modules will be developed. Other modules and map browsers are currently available.
1 ~ Exploring
2 ~ Exploring
the Maya World
3 ~ Exploring
4 ~ Central
Asia in World History
5 ~ Roman
and Muslim Culture in Spain
6 ~ Mexico:
Then and Now
7 ~ Exploring
the United States Southwest
Modules & Mapping Browsers
project uses Arc Internet Map Server (ArcIMS) software developed
Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Inc. SAC is a site-licensed,
designated ESRI educational institution.
send any questions, or comments to Carol A. Keller, Project
Director, email, firstname.lastname@example.org