These South-at-the-top maps are great educational tools, challenging the basic notions that world maps have a proper ''up'' or ''down.'' The story of how Stuart McArthur came to create his map is on YouTube HERE. Our Many Ways to See the World video is HERE.
Our business has been acquired by a generous Social Justice advocate who wants to make all the ODT materials available to educate children, especially in the Global South. A sole proprietorship based in Amherst MA (Island Improv) will handle intellectual property rights. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
To our old customers … Thanks for sharing our work with students, map-lovers, global citizens and all who care to learn about new ways to see the world.
For the next year you can still get free digital products at: https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/free-downloads-articles-maps-books-atlases-outline-map-kits-handouts-teachers-guides-mp3-audio-files-etc
and https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/free-downloads and
and here: https://manywaystoseetheworld.org/collections/empowerment
Many of the stores that we supply will continue to have ODT resources for sale – and the folks who bought ODT are in the process of making our Hobo-Dyer map copyright-free for their global education efforts.
To buy map resources in the future, see the following distributors:
Broadside Books, Northampton MA
Reach & Teach , San Mateo CA
Longitude Maps, Plymouth, MN
Whole World Books, Ft Wayne, IN
Peace & Justice Ctr Burlington, VT
or your local Fair Trade store.