We have done a couple interactive maps for Islandora collections, including
one that is a historical document. This was pretty straightforward, and did
not require any special tools or development,
The Mt. Vernon example uses links placed with css on a tiled map. It would
also be possible to create an image map, or a set of tiled image maps that
would work in a responsive design.
On Wed, Mar 27, 2019 at 5:24 AM Digby, Todd <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello Code4Lib,
> The University of Florida is looking for help in the development of an
> interactive map using a historical map as the base layer (St. Augustine,
> 1764, http://ufdc.ufl.edu/USACH00236/00001). We found an example that has
> similar functionality at Mt. Vernon,
> We have funding to support the development and I am wondering if anyone in
> the community has worked with vendors/developers for similar projects.
> Other suggestions are also welcome.
> Todd R. Digby
> Chair, Library Technology Services
> George A. Smathers Libraries
> University of Florida
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