The Library's Map Room is the location for cartographic materials in a variety of formats. With a collection of over 195,000 sheet maps, 5000 atlases, 80,000 aerial photos, and 50,000 maps in microform, the map collection also has an expanding collection of maps in a digital format. The collection also has a collection of Sanborn fire insurance atlases, along with a teaching collection of globes and wall maps. The collection also has an extensive reference collection of gazetteers, place-name guides, geographical dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, directories, and guide-books.
The Map Room has four large worktables for patrons to use. Paper or digital copies of maps from microforms can be made from self-serve microform reader scanner/printers on the 3rd floor of Bird Library. Larger maps can be scanned in the GSIC lab across from the 3rd floor service desk.
The maps, atlases and other cartographic materials are cataloged in the library's online catalog or can be found in SUMMON. A member of the staff will be glad to assist you with any questions you may have regarding the collections or finding the materials you need.
Most maps can be circulated or checked out at the Maps/Documents Service Desk on the 3rd floor. A valid SU or SUNY-ESF ID is required. Atlases, Reference titles, and aerial photographs do not circulate. Please see the floor plan below for a diagram of where various collections are located and a complete list of items that circulate.
Spring 2016 (Jan 19 - May 3)
The map room is open the same hours as the third floor service desk.
Esri's Virtual Campus has completely changed. It has been replaced by Esri's Self-Paced E-Learning website
ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro are now part of the SU site license.
Contact the Maps/GIS Librarian for more information.