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Nicole Olga Scholtz
As a Spatial and Numeric Data Librarian, I primarily assist users with finding data, and selecting and using GIS software and other data tools, with a focus on the geospatial. I also teach workshops on GIS tools and work with the licensing team for ArcGIS products on campus. I operate out of the Clark Library on Central Campus, as well as SAND North on North Campus.
You can book a research consultation with me, or contact me directly for assistance.
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Concepts and methods I help with:
- choosing a map projection
- geographic information system (GIS)
- finding geospatial data of all kinds, including local government data, aerial and satellite imagery, and more
- georeferencing maps
- digitizing features into GIS formats
- data management for geospatial research
Tools I help with:
- ArcGIS and ESRI products, including ArcGIS Desktop (inc. ArcMap), ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, Business Analyst
Data sources I help with:
- ICPSR datasets and access
- All Census products, including NHGIS, Social Explorer, and U.S. Census Bureau sources
I received a Master's of Information specializing in Library and Information Services from the University of Michigan and a B.A. in Linguistics with a minor in Physics from Wellesley College. Before coming to the University of Michigan, I worked at a number of East Coast libraries in the conservation and preservation of books and paper.