Gardner Family Map Room
The Gardner Family Map Room is located on the second floor of Thompson Library in Room 205. The Map Room collection includes selected U.S. Geological Survey maps, topographic and thematic maps and atlases for various countries of the world, historic city views, and city street maps. There is also a collection of transportation maps and travel maps.
You can find out more information about the Map Room location, hours, and collections here.
For questions, please email Jan Wagner, Library Associate for Maps, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Geology Library is located on the first floor of Orton Hall and houses books and journals covering geochemistry, physical geography, geology, geomorphology, geophysics, hydrology, meteorology, mineralogy, physical oceanography, paleontology, paleobotany, paleozoology, petrology, polar studies, pollution, and soils.
More than 200,000 geologic and topographic maps of the U.S. and world are also available in the Geology Library.
For questions, please email Patti Dittoe, Library Associate for Geology, at email@example.com.
The Architecture Library is located on the fourth floor of Knowlton Hall and contains approximately 57,000 books, reports, and plans, and 200 journal subscriptions covering the subject areas of architecture, city and regional planning, and landscape architecture.
There is also a special collections room that houses many important local, national, and international maps.
For questions, please email Tina Franks, Head of the Architecture Library, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research Commons is a campus hub for collaborative and interdisciplinary research across all fields, with a special focus on Data Management, Digital Humanities, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). It is located on the third floor of the 18th Ave. Library.
Researchers seeking assistance with GIS research design, finding geospatial data, or instructional and technical support for GIS software and online mapping tools can draw on the services offered by the Research Commons.
For questions, please email Josh Sadvari, GIS Librarian, at email@example.com.
You can also stay up-to-date with the latest Research Commons news and information by following us on Twitter: @OSUrescommons.