Maps are all about space, especially in a library setting, where their physical nature poses challenges for providing access. This panel will discuss how various units within the AUC Libraries addressed ways to transcend spatial limitations to make a historical regional map collection at AUC’s Rare Books and Special Collections Library (RBSCL) accessible via physical processing, digitization, and cataloging and metadata input. This project involved bridging “spaces” within the library, through collaboration among library units. A description of the physical collection’s holdings and processing will be followed by a discussion of the collaboration between Cataloging and Metadata Department staff and RBSCL staff to synchronize the cataloging process of the print maps and metadata creation for their digitized counterparts, with the use of RDA guidelines and Dublin Core in CONTENTdm. Copyright and security issues, as well as hosting and viewing technologies used by other digital map collections, will also be covered.