Tufts Uses Mapping Tool To Indentify School Needs

A recent initiative at Tufts University reached out to students to gather ideas for campus improvements. The Tufts Community Union Senate’s “Brown & Blueprint” program asked undergraduates for comments and feedback on the physical aspects of the campus as well as how students build community (or not) within those spaces.
The project used coUrbanize Interactive, a mapping tool that allows students to write comments on a virtual 3D map of the campus, correlating their experiences with specific places to the physical location itself. CoUrbanize offers an online community outreach platform typically used by city planners and developers
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