During the first half of this course we’ve been studying maps intensively. We’ve even made a few maps of our own, however we have never studied how to make maps. For those interested in taking map making to a deeper level here’s a blog to a build your map making skills! The blog labels itself as a DIY, so it’s a little like Pintrest but for map enthusiasts!
Most atlases contain collections of maps that lead, however this atlas is made up of audio recordings of different dialects. Its interactive, allowing you to select different regions and cities inside of said regions. Its specific enough that I was even able to find the regional dialect of my small town in Tennessee. While not conventional, this atlas enables listeners to hear where the line between Southern, Northern, and Midwestern accents falls.