Kate Marshall at Texas Christian has posted a useful collection of Mapping Tools on the eLearning blog. She suggests that maps and map manipulation software can be useful in courses on history, sociology, anthropology, archaeology, foreign language, and literature. One item on her list is the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas, which I have used before. It includes the reproduction of a 1671 map of Charlestown shown below. While it doesn’t pretend to be a complete list, this is a nice collection. Let me finish by sharing one more item: Google For Educators – Maps.