The Map Library in the New Millennium
Robert B. Parry, C. R. Perkins
American Library Association, 2001 - Computers - 267 pages
In this authoritative and comprehensive new work, an international panel of experts cover a wide range of issues relating to map librarianship in the new millennium including: -- New technologies in the map room -- The changing profile of the map user -- The Internet and the World Wide Web -- Metadata and standards -- Geographical information systems (GIS) -- Digital conservation and conversion -- Access to maps and spatial data -- Intellectual property rights
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