The publishers of Collins and Times world atlases are now providing their mapping for free online. Over 300,000 places in their worldwide mapping database are searchable and have a unique webpage with detailed mapping and information.
Mapseeker in association with Collins Bartholomew offer one of the largest selections of reproduction historical maps, plans and surveys, spanning the globe.
Details and images from the groundbreaking publication about our planet. Striking views showing the extraordinary effects of man and nature on the earth. Selected 'before and after' pictures along with detailed explanations show past changes and a number of experts give future predictions.
The Society of Cartographers (SoC)
The SoC provides information and opportunities to contact, meet and exchange views and techniques to support those involved in mapmaking, and to maintain a high standard of cartographic illustration.
The British Cartographic Society (BCS)
An association of individuals and organisations dedicated to exploring and developing the world of maps and promoting cartography to a wide range of potential users.
The International Map Trade Association (IMTA)
The foremost worldwide organisation of the mapping, geospatial and geographic information industry.
The Royal Geographical Society (RGS)
The RGS (with the Institute of British Geographers) are the learned society and professional body for geography in the UK, established to advance geographical science and support its practitioners.
National Library of Scotland (NLS) Map Collections
The NLS has the largest map collection in Scotland and is one of the biggest in the world, with around two million cartographic items.
The Bartholomew Archive (at the NLS)
The remarkable record of the Edinburgh-based firm of map engravers, printers and publishers, John Bartholomew & Son Ltd. It is one of the most extensive cartographic archives available for research in a public institution.
Leading software development and services company, providing GIS (Geographic Information System) software and geodatabase management applications, consultancy and support.
Geographical Association (GA)
The GA promotes, supports and develops the teaching of geography in primary and secondary schools.
Website of the magazine that celebrates the art of travel and highlights the people and places that make Europe so special.
Links to high quality educational information on geography related topics for use by students, teachers, and the general public.
David Smith's site provides extensive resources for educators, students, and anyone interested in expanding their geographic horizons.
A vast collection of links about maps and mapping. Started in 1995 by Roelof Oddens, curator of the map library at Utrecht University Faculty of GeoSciences.