Maps: exploring and recording the world at home and away Part 2- Spring 2016

Google Maps - how does it know??Maps are in everyday use, as aids to navigation on land and sea, as illustrations for news broadcasts, as attractive decorative objects in their own right, yet the work that goes into their creation is often unnoticed. This course will continue to review the history of map-making to the present day, and will include the work of modern map-makers, atlas producers, and the use of computer-based GPS.

Tutor – Rod Pearson
Fee – £53.90 or Free
Venue – WEA, The Mill, Lodge Lane, Derby DE1 3HB
Date – Thursday 10:15am – 12:00pm, 8 meetings from 21 January 2016
Course Ref – C2335583

Online enrolment is available from 1 December – go to


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