Discover Wetlands Interactively

Three Scale Research developed a free teaching tool for fifth and sixth grade educators. Complete with lesson plans, the Ohio Wetlands Interactive Map is freely accessible to Ohio educators and the general public. This engaging map was created to build learning and appreciation of Ohio’s wetland resources and is fully aligned with Ohio’s state curriculum standards for students in...
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Underground Railroad Map

Discover the untold story of the underground railroad in Ohio! Three Scale Research successfully launched and funded a project to develop the Ripley Ohio Underground Railroad Interactive Map through the popular crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter. This fascinating map is freely accessible to museums, educators, geneaolgists, and the general public. The Ripley map tells the rich story of...
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Promoting Health Interactively

Three Scale Research created a cardio map to demonstrate concept healthcare mapping. These maps are great for patient education, and to have available by kiosk in waiting rooms hospitals. Our software allows us to take any image and make it interactive. That means any diagram can virtually come alive in service of patient education! Click the map below to explore heart health education...
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The Past, Present and Future of Interactive Mapping: Part 2

Last week, in Part 1 of this blog, we took a look at the long, winding road that interactive mapping has taken over the past 20 years. Moving from the stone age (or paper age as far as mapping is concerned) to the present digital era hasn’t been easy, but both web and mobile computing technologies have truly changed the game for interactive mapping. Does it get better? Part 2 of this blog...
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The Past, Present and Future of Interactive Mapping: Part I

Here at Three Scale, we strive to always be ahead of the curve when it comes to interactive mapping.  Cartographers by trade, it is our goal to create the best mapping experience possible, and the best way to achieve this is knowing where we have been, what tools are currently available, and where will online mapping take us in the future. The internet has changed the game in how people engage...
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Where is the next Steve Jobs? How do I get him to apply to my school?

Ninety-three percent.  That is the percentage of teenagers who browse the web at least once a day (www.pewresearch.org ). With all of the technological advancements and major tech brands becoming household names, the human population’s behaviors, habits and decision making have evolved.  As higher education marketers, we need to evolve with the rest of the world too, when developing marketing...
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Ohio Crime Mapping Part 8 | Rape 1974-2008

Rape is defined in US criminal law as a type of sexual assault, usually involving sexual intercourse, which was initiated by one or more people against a person without that person’s consent. This act can be achieved in a variety of ways, including by physical force, coercion, abuse of authority or with a person who is incapable of consent. Consent is often the debate point in many rape...
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