Businesses and locations featured in the Daily Nexus’ annual “Best Of” issue, voted on by students.
Building names and important places
Points of interest
What did we miss? Comment a place or point of interest you’d like to see added or email email@example.com
We would love for the Alcohol and Drug Program, located in Embarcadero Hall to be included :)
Got it, thank you. The map is still very much a work in progress.
This UCSB and IV walking tour PDF has a ton of great information you could add: http://recreation.sa.ucsb.edu/walk/pdf/walkucsb.pdf
Based on reading that and walking around, I have a map on Flickr with the locations of photos I’ve taken of stuff in IV and UCSB: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dreamyshade/sets/72157629365442783/map/
Britta and Patrick,
The UCSB Geography Department is developing an Interactive Campus Map for UCSB ( http://map.geog.ucsb.edu/ ). I am the current project lead and think that your map(s) would be a good addition to the UCSB Interactive Campus Map.
If you would like to collaborate and get your map included in our “Layers” section, please feel free to contact me directly.
bryan AT geog.ucsb.edu
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Human Services Agency
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