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18th newsletter of the Commission on Cartography and Children
The 18th newsletter of the Commission on Cartography and Children was published and sent to all members and interested colleagues. Amongst other relevant topics, the newsletter contains information about the latest commission meeting at the 4th Conference on Cartography and GIS and the results of the voting process related to the rules of the Barbara Petchenik Competition. The newsletter can be found here: http://lazarus.elte.hu/ccc/newslet/1208.htm

Based on discussions and the results of the voting, we finished the final version of the rules for the Barbara Petchenik International World Map Competition in 2013. The pdf file can be downloaded here: http://lazarus.elte.hu/ccc/pdf/bpcrules2013.pdf

On July 28, the Facebook profile of our commission was published. It will serve as a tool to keep a more direct contact with our members and colleagues from related fields, as well as with all people interested in the topic. Please, join us on www.facebook.com/icaccc and feel free to collaborate: by publishing photos, maps or by sharing any news related to Cartography and Children.

Latest news about the Commission on Cartography and Children

17th newsletter of the Commission on Cartography and Children

The 17th newsletter of the Commission on Cartography and Children has been posted on the commission mailing list. The newsletter includes information on the latest publication related to commission activities („Maps for the Future: children, education, internet”, published by Springer in January 2012) and about the selection of a new theme for the Barbara Petchenik competitions in 2013 and 2015. The newsletter also includes material related to the Barbara Petchenik competition by one of the commission founders, Prof. Henry Castner (USA).

If you are interested in reading the newsletter, you can download it from the commission website. For subscribing to the newsletter, please contact the commission chair.

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