The ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub advances the use of geographically-referenced information by expanding access to and support for geospatial technologies and cartographic resources across ASU and beyond. 

Need help? Select Services to submit a request. 

Green, black, and grey map of historic Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region (SAR), China, constructed from multiple geographic features of Open Street Map layers, including roads, building footprints, and various land use layers.


Geospatial datasets with explicitly defined coordinates, typically in vector or raster format.

Topographic map detail of the Saguaro Lake reservoir section of the Salt River. Potential flood zones are indicated with a deep brick red color.


Geologic, historic, topographic, and other thematic maps. Globes, atlases, and related books too.

Multi-spectral false-color composite image highlighting areas of vegetation (in red) in the Phoenix metropolitan region. The Salt River winds through the center of the image.


Historic and contemporary aerial photographs and satellite scenes derived through remote sensing.

A sample screenshot of ArcGIS Pro software showing interface elements and a three-dimensional rendering of Camelback mountain.


Licensed and open source geographic information systems (GIS) and related software tools.

Geospatial workshop attendees use their computers to follow along with an instructor as he leads them through downloading information on geographic areas of interest.


Workshops and special events related to all aspects of geospatial technologies and mapping.

A silver three-dimensional topographic rendering of the Cape Solitude quadrangle map, showing the confluence of the Colorado River and Little Colorado Rivers in the Grand Canyon region.


Geospatial data management, processing, anlaysis, visualization, curation, storytelling, and more.

A mid-19th century map of Mexico overlaid upon a digital model of Earth, stretching over its approximate actual position in North America.


Efficiently request help accessing data, maps, imagery, software, training, or collaboration.

A three-quarter aerial view of the center of Tempe campus, featuring Hayden Library, from an illustrated oblique map of ASU published in 1985.


Hours, address, and contact info. What is the Map and Geospatial Hub? Who we are and what we do.

The Map and Geospatial Hub is ASU's library-based center for geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, geovisualization and cartography, and the associated technologies needed to transform geospatial data into powerful, value-added information. For us, maps are data; data are maps.

Workshops and events

There are currently no workshops scheduled for the Map and Geospatial Hub.

See other ASU Library events.