‘Learning Ace makes it easier for me focus on what I want to learn and not what the average search engine suggests I should learn.’ GEOGRAPHY 3040 (4 credits) PRINCIPLES OF CARTOGRAPHY Lecture: GEOG 3040 001 Tuesday/Thursday 9:10AM – 10:30AM OSH 175 Lab: GEOG 3040 002 Tuesday 10:45-12:05 OSH 277 GEOG 3040 003 Tuesday 12:25-1:45 GEOG 3040 004 Thursday 10:45-12:05 GEOG 3040 005 Thursday 12:25-1:45 Instructor: Megan Southwick, MS Geology Email: email@example.com Phone (801) 585-3833 office (available by phone during office hours only) Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 10:30AM – 12:00PM or by appointment Office: OSH 180B Lab Michael Campbell Instructor: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 1:45PM – 3:15PM Office: OSH 109 Text: Cartography: Thematic Map Design (6e), Dent, Torguson & Hodler (2008) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Fundamental principles of cartography including perception, visualization, topographic and thematic map interpretation, field mapping techniques (including GPS), and creating computer-based maps in weekly labs. Principles include direction, scale, grids, projections, and spatial transformations, spatial data analysis, data manipulation decisions, color theory and application, and principles of cartographic design and critical evaluation. Prerequisite: MATH 1030, 1050 or equivalent and GEOG 1010 COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to: Clearly articulate map purpose and audience Design effective maps by carefully considering each aspect of the map design process as it relates to map purpose and audience Make appropriate design decisions for output medium and production equipment Compose map elements (title, scale, legend, explanatory text, directional indicator, border, sources, credits, etc.) to enhance map purpose Strategically reduce detail and emphasize map purpose using generalization techniques Effectively use type, symbols and color to communicate map purpose Sixth Edition 2009 (Required) Author: Borden D. Dent, Jefrey S. Torguson, Thomas W. Holder ISBN: 978-0-07-294382-5 Publisher: Learning Ace is a 100% student-focused web destination that leverages our proprietary adaptive search and recommendation technologies and our instructor/publisher relationships to develop an insanely valuable resource to students at each learning point of their coursework. Discover, Browse and Learn. Source.