Public libraries with reading programs for intellectually disabled people.  Locations are concentrated in the eastern section of the US,and in the northeast in particular.
Public libraries with reading programs for intellectually disabled people. Data: Matthew Conner; Cartography: Michele Tobias

DataLab’s geospatial team led by Geospatial Data Specialist, Michele Tobias, collaborates with researchers to produce publication-quality map graphics for inclusion in journal articles and books. Below are recent map collaborations with topics in general terms.

  • Study site locations – Ron Runnebaum, Department of Viticulture & Enology
  • Cities in Israel involved in organic food production – Rafi Grosglik, Department of Sociology
  • Organizations related to his research, Washington DC – David McCourt, Department of Sociology
  • Programs for intellectually disabled people – Matthew Conner, UC Davis Library – Conner, M. & Plocharcyzk, L. 2020. Libraries and Reading: Intellectual Disability and the Extent of Library Diversity (proposed title). Emerald Publishing Limited.
  • Historical Paris cinema locations – Eric Smoodin, Department of American Studies – Smoodin, E. 2020. Paris in the Dark: Going to the Movies in the City of Light, 1930–1950. Duke University Press.
  • Historical Maidu allotment locations – Beth Rose Middleton, Department of Native American Studies – Middleton Manning, B.R. 2018. Upstream: Trust Lands and Power on the Feather River. University of Arizona Press.

More information about DataLab’s cartographic services can be found on our Services Overview page.