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Welcome to the UConn Library Geography Subject Guide!

This guide organizes some of UConn Library's most important resources for research and instruction in all fields of geography. The UConn Library is home to the Map and Geographic Information Center (MAGIC) - a service with a more than 25-year history of providing resources that support geographic research, including GIS data, aerial photography, historical maps, and instructional support. The UConn Library has one of the largest map collections in the Northeast, with many of the maps available directly via MAGIC's website. The collection is focused on maps of Connecticut and the Northeast, with maps covering select areas across the globe.

Quick and Useful Resources

For GIS help: 

UConn Library's Map and Geographic information center (MAGIC) provides GIS consultation and support services to UConn students, faculty, staff, and community members who are utilizing geospatial methods in their research, coursework, or projects. For support, email  

For support with accessing ESRI software, visit and contact the ESRI site administrator, Rich Mrozinski at to activate your license. 

Need help with writing?

Visit the writing center! The writing center, which is located on floor 2 of Homer Babbidge library, provides general writing support and tutoring to UConn students. The center offers both walk-in and appointment-based services. 

Need help with statistics?

Visit the Q Center! The Quantitative Learning Center, which is located on floor 3 of Homer Babbidge library, provides tutoring and walk-in support for undergraduate courses in math, chemistry, physics, and statistics. 

Need help getting started on a research project? Check out Research Now!

Research Now! contains helpful information for starting the research process. It provides information on research skills ranging from choosing a topic and finding information, to citation styles, and everything in between! 

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