The Network - general forum
The Tsleil-Waituth Nation (Vancouver) have a CalComp Drawing Board III digitizer available for whoever may be able to put it to good use. It's in full working order and is a great tool for transering information displayed on paper maps into digital spatial data which can be incorporating into your GIS.
If you are interesting please let me know, my email address is email@example.com.
Hello dear members,
Occasionally, the website will not appear to have recognized your log in, but won't give you an error message. Here are the steps to resolve the problem:
First, try refreshing/reloading the website first. That often works for me!
Second, try clearing your cache and cookies, then log in again:
Tools > Clear Private Data > Check "cache" and "cookies" > Clear Private Data Now
In Internet Explorer:
Tools > Internet Options > Delete Cookies > OK > Delete Files > OK > OK
Third, please do let us know if either of the above methods don't work for you: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you've lost your password, you can request a new one here: http://www.nativemaps.org/?q=user/password
Three really interesting things for you to look out for:
1. The sequel to Chief Kerry's Moose, Living Proof, will be published this fall. Please contact us if you'd like to pre-order a copy of the book.
Indigenous Mapping Network at UCB 9/15 "A Personal Journey with Geospatial Education & Tribal Colleges" Tammie GrantPosted September 8th, 2009 by rmckeon
Indigenous Mapping Network is proud to present an opportunity to hear Tammie Grant speak on her "Personal Journey with Geospatial Education & Tribal Colleges", on September 15th, Tuesday, on UC Berkeley campus. Please consider forwarding this news or joining us!