CV4-3 - Dynamic and interactive displays

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Author and Citation Info: 

DiBiase, D., DeMers, M., Johnson, A., Kemp, K., Luck, A. T., Plewe, B., and Wentz, E. (2006). Dynamic and interactive displays. The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge. Washington, DC: Association of American Geographers. (2nd Quarter 2016, first digital).

Learning Objectives: 
  • Explain how interactivity influences map use in animated displays
  • Describe the uses of the map as a user interface element in interactive presentations of geographic information
  • Critique the interactive elements of an online map
  • Develop a useful interactive interface and legend for an animated map
  • Create an animated map for a specified purpose
  • Create an interactive map suitable for a given audience
  • Describe a mapping goal in which the use of each of the following would be appropriate: brushing, linking, multiple displays