a few examples of maps’ partial truths

One of my EDUC 616 students forwarded me this page, a collection of maps that illustrate the infamous “lying with maps” potential.  It’s a nice page for the Canadian national libraries to maintain!  Don’t overlook the “test yourself” section at the bottom; it’s a great use of maps and their histories to offer a complete mini-lesson on map interpretation pitfalls.

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