Introducing the YouthMappers Resource Library - we need Regional Editors and Translators!

February 6, 2018

 

We are very proud to introduce the YouthMappers Resource Library! This new platform for chapters is the culmination for months of work by YouthMappers Leadership Fellows, YouthMappers Staff, and YouthMappers faculty advisors. Through the Resource Library, chapter members can access a variety of resources in the form of links and downloadable documents for mapping, training, hosting mapathons, integrating student-led activities into university curricula, and managing a YouthMappers chapter.

 

Navigating the site is easy! Using the left panel, browse through the pages organized by topic:

 

Higher Ed - is a collection of free resources and syllabi to support integrating YouthMappers student-led activities into the institutional offerings of home campuses

Chapter Management - links for Chapter documents, social media platforms, and YouthMappers branding resources

Training Tools - links for for on-line, mobile, and off-line mapping training tools

Mapping Tools - links to mapping tools for on-line, mobile, and off-line mapping

Mapathons - links to guides for hosting a mapathon created by YouthMappers and Partner Programs.

Partner Programs - lists the special direct benefits our chapters receive from our organizational partners and blog posts of interest. 

Chapter Activities showcases activities of the network at-large. 

Contact - Information on who to contact at YouthMappers!

 

 

 

This page will continue to be a collaborative effort to highlight the best resources and information for YouthMappers chapters. In an effort to capture this valuable information, we are recruiting  Volunteer Regional Editors and Translators to update content on the YouthMappers Resource Library. Applicants must be active members of a YouthMappers chapter in the region for which they are applying. Details on how to apply are linked in the Contact page and can be found here.

 

 

 

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