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New Digital Collection: Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)

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Digital Library Services is pleased to announce the publication of a new digital collection: the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) Collection. GSU Library has partnered with the transit agency to digitize these rare items, which include transit station area development plans, publications … Continue reading

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New Digital Collection: Works Progress Administration Maps of Atlanta

atlpp0226_084, Works Progress Administration of Georgia Atlanta Maps, Georgia State University

Digital Library Services is pleased to announce a newly published digital collection: the Works Progress Administration of Georgia Atlanta Maps. The collection contains over 950 maps from several map series documenting Atlanta in the late 1930s. These include the 1940 Report of … Continue reading

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Google Maps Indoors

Screen capture of Google Maps showing the interior of Georgia State University Library

Got a tablet or smart phone with the Google Maps app (iOS or Android) installed? Try using it to find your way around the library! We’ve partnered with Google Maps Indoors so you can zoom in on your location within … Continue reading

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Photo of Overlooked GSU Landmark Rediscovered

Director George Sparks’ earliest memory of what is now Georgia State University was when it was located at Pryor St. (now Peachtree Center Ave.) and Auburn Ave.  See Sanborn map of location here and hear Sparks describe the college.  When … Continue reading

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Sanford Bederman Research Award Shows Student Skill & Creativity

Cheryl Case, Winner of the 2012 Sanford Bederman Award

Many Georgia State graduate students show considerable skill and creativity in their application of library and geographic information resources, creating everything from maps for social services in Atlanta to guides for environmental and agricultural decision making in Egypt. Georgia State … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Richard Lakes for his recent publication:

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Lakes, R.D., McLennan, P., Sauer, J., & Smith, M.A. (2011).  Exposing the Myths of the Corporate City: Popular Education and Political Activism in Atlanta.  In R. Ahlquist, P.C. Gorski, and T. Montano (Eds.).  Assault on Kids: How hyper-accountability, corporatization, deficit … Continue reading

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