From CampusBird Blog
Locations, Landmarks, and Services
Campus maps should include streets, buildings, parking lots, landmarks, safety information and services like printing, wi-fi, ATMs, etc. We recommend including popular, informal places such as quads, neighborhoods, or paths. Presentation of this information can be in aerial photography, Street View images, 3-D, rendered maps, and more.
To keep the map relevant, add new information and key points based on the academic calendar and events. Early in the term, highlight the offices, dorms, and lecture halls that new students and their parents most often look for in an orientation tour or list. As the term progresses, switch out information to include details about sporting events, exams or commencement. Students, new and old, along with visitors will appreciate pertinent information.