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June 2014
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Still time to register for Geoforum 2014
Environment Digimap Survey

Still time to register for Geoforum 2014

Come to our free annual conference in Edinburgh, June 19th


Geoforum is proving popular but there are still spaces left for academics and postgrads interested in spatial data and maps; please register before Monday 16th of June.

Highlights include a Keynote from BBC weather presenter Peter Gibbs on how the Met Office and Environment Agency will be working together on flood prediction, and an excursion round George Square using Fieldtrip GB to collaborate on data collection.

Click Read More to see the full programme and book your place:


Environment Digimap Survey

Tell us what you think of the newest Digimap collection


We have been collecting your feedback about the Environment Digimap service and have already started to make changes based on what you have told us. Find out what we are doing by clicking the Read More link below.

If you want to fill in the survey click on this link:


Chat live with our support team:

You can now have a live chat with user support team by using the pop-up window in the help pages.

Help with new chat window

We'll be trialling this new method of contacting Digimap Support over the summer and if it proves useful and sustainable we'll keep it in service.

Environment Digimap Pricing Announced

Jisc have announced how much institutions will be paying to continue their subscription to Environment Digimap in 2014-15.

The service will be 500 for the biggest HE institutions down to 190 for the smallest.

FE Institutions will not have to pay to access this service.


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