|University of Sheffield maps subject guide||This guide will help you to find the resources you need in both the library and on the Internet to study maps.|
|Digimap via EDINA||Available only to registered students and staff of the University of Sheffield. For more information and registration details, follow the link.|
|Google Earth||From Maui and Paris to local restaurants and schools, Google Earth brings a planet's worth of Earth imagery and other geographic information to your desktop.
The Google Earth client (free version) is free to download for personal use. No registration is required.
|Bodleian Map Room Geo Tools page||Links to various tools to facilitate the reading of maps.|
|Google maps||Can be used to find a location or a business or to get directions to anywhere in the world.|
|Multimap||Searchable map of the UK, which can be searched by place name or postcode, and provides aerial photographs covering most of the UK.|
|Open Street Map||OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the whole world. OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth.
|Ordnance Survey||Web site of Ordnance Survey, providing details of all their maps, and a place names gazetteer.|
|Place names gazetteer||Gives access to a quarter of a million British placenames and their origins.|
|Streetmap||Searchable map of the UK mainland, which can be searched by street name, place name, postcode, OS grid reference, OS Landranger grid reference, or Lat/Long coordinates.|
|Vision of Britain||A vision of Britain between 1801 and 2001. Including maps, statistical trends and historical descriptions.|