MapLib

George Meadows from the Education department here at UMW just turned Martha and I on to MapLib. It’s a tool that basically allows you to add web-based images to the site and lay the Google Maps interface on top of the image so that you can add markers to a customized map. More than that, you can let others collaborate on the map, and when you are done embed it in a post or page as you’ll see below. Very slick, I’ve has numerous requests for adding custom maps/images to Google MyMaps, and now you can do it.

Another tool for your 50+ Ways CogDog?

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