Monday July 18, 2016



Rebecca Bartlett, GIS Librarian from Carleton University Library, created this interactive map which features all of the open data websites in Canada: regionally, provincially, territorially and municipally. Datasets come in a variety of formats for a variety of topics.

Click here for open data offered by the Government of Canada.

(Source: MADGIC Staff)

This item originally appeared on the Madgical Web on November 16, 2015.

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Wednesday June 29, 2016

Did you know that staff at the University of Toronto at Mississauga have created quick and to the point GIS tutorials?

Short videos help patrons navigate the complicated world of ArcGIS. Learn how to clip, add data layers, project, label features and so much more.

(Source: MADGIC Staff)

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Monday April 11, 2016
Carleton University Library's GIS Team has created this nifty guide on How to search for GIS data.

GIS data isn't always readily available or in a format you'd prefer.

This guide gives you an idea of how to start the process.

Any questions, please email GIS@carleton.ca.

Our cartographic team includes: Rebecca Bartlett (GIS Librarian), Carys Carrington  (Data & GIS technician), Joel Rivard (Cartographic specialist), Sherri Sunstrum (cartographic specialist).
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