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Geospatial Data Collection Policies, Technology and Open Source in Websites of Academic Libraries Worldwide
The proliferation of geospatial data demands the engagement of information organizations, such as academic libraries, for their management and diffusion. The purpose of this paper is to reveal issues related to the ...
Geographic collections development policies and GIS services: a research in US academic libraries’ websites
Management and analysis of geospatial data evolved into a rapid developmental field nowadays. Scientific researches debate that 80% of economic and political decisions internationally, include indirect or direct geographic ...
Geospatial collection development policies in academic libraries: a worldwide research
The widespread applications of GIS have challenged librarians worldwide to provide geospatial collections and services to their users. Despite the fact that collection development policies in digital environment have derived ...
Policies for Geospatial Collections: a Research in US and Canadian Academic Libraries
Geographic information is essential to economical and political implications. Τhe technological development of recent years and the simplicity of many applications have made it part of everyday life of citizens. It is ...
Geoskills Among Academic Librarians in Greece, Cyprus and Spain
Existing literature on Geographic Information (GI) and libraries points out that American and Canadian librarians have long been aware of the intimate relationship between geospatial data and libraries. In Europe, though, ...
Geographical Collections in Greek Academic Libraries: current situation and perspectives
The paper aims at exploring the existence of geospatial collections and the GIS services in Greek academic libraries through a research in their websites. The initial hypothesis is that Greek academic libraries are not ...