Ethnographic mapping lab

The Ethnographic mapping lab is located in the Department of Anthropology. It provides a space to support communities and scholars to engage in mapping indigenous territories in support of aboriginal title and rights, public education, inter-generational knowledge transfer, and language revitalization. 

The lab is equipped with GIS and qualitative data analysis software, to support research and innovation in projects like traditional land use and occupancy mapping in indigenous communities and to provide space for interview transcription, high-speed document scanning, and software supported qualitative analysis.

Check out the UVic Ethnographic Mapping Lab website, and follow the Lab on Google+.

Location: Cornett building - B132