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Events> Symposium> Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps

Mapping 2008

Wednesday 3rd September to Saturday 6th September
Harben House conference centre, Newport Pagnell

The British Cartographic Society annual symposium has been held every year since 1963. After 45 years the 2007 event was given a total revamp offering delegates a new format and content including a wide choice of topical presentations together with a programme of interactive workshops. The new look Symposium was well received by delegates both old and new and following an extensive consultation process the 2008 event built on this success.

Under the banner of Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps, the event combined world class presentations from leading experts with short, interactive workshops giving an introduction to a range of current issues and led by leading cartographic practitioners.

Please follow the links below to see details of what happened at Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps.

Delegates that attended Mapping 2008: Making the Most of Maps were eligible to receive four Continuing Professional Development points per day attendance, that can be used towards achieving and maintaining the Chartered Geographer status. For more information on this status please see the AGI website or the RGS website.
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