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Student Interactive Campus Map at Marshall University
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  • Edward Aractingi, Marshall University
  • Jamie Wolfe
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
6-1-2006
Abstract
Marshall University is a state-funded university in Huntington, West Virginia. Like many universities, it is a large organization with multiple and diverse units (colleges, departments, centers, etc.) and depends on data to run efficiently. Much of this data is used by multiple entities. To better manage the needed data collected by the university, the Marshall University Geographic Information System (MUGIS) has been developed. MUGIS will address several needs of Marshall University’s principal stakeholders. Stakeholders include the university administration, faculty, and students. One of the first applications developed for MUGIS was an interactive campus map. This Web-based application is intended to help students quickly find the location of buildings and services on the Huntington main campus. Marshall University will become a model and set the standard for the state, as no other state university has undertaken a project of this scope.
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Aractingi, Edward, and Jamie Wolfe. "Student Interactive Campus map at Marshall." ESRI User Conference. San Diego. June 2006. Lecture.