- The Impact of the Creation of Disney World
- Elderly Voting in the 2008 Election
- Between Religion and Poverty: Megachurches and Poverty in California
- Immigration: Crossing the Line
- Gay Marriage and Population
- Gender Wage Gap in the U.S.A.: 1999 vs. 2012
- Comparison of Graduation Rates and Median Income Levels in Alabama Counties
- Population Change in Arizona After the 2008 Recession
|A map that represents home values in the U.S. The darker green represents higher percentages of homes (by county) that are owner occupied and worth less than $50,000. I made this map in five minutes.|
In 2014, GIS studies in Montevallo are made even better by the Carmichael Library's permanent acquisition of Social Explorer. This Oxford University Press resource presents current and historical U.S. Census data and make it exceedingly easy to create visually appealing maps.
GIS is not just a tool of learning for Geography classes; just about any question or concept can be mapped. Get in touch with librarians at Carmichael if you are interested in exploring map-based learning in your classes.