Υπηρεσίες GIS σε Ακαδημαϊκές Βιβλιοθήκες

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1 Τμήμα Αρχειονομίας- Βιβλιοθηκονομίας Εργαστήριο Ψηφιακών Βιβλιοθηκών & Ηλεκτρονικής Δημοσίευσης Υπηρεσίες GIS σε Ακαδημαϊκές Βιβλιοθήκες Ιφιγένεια Βαρδακώστα Σαράντος Καπιδάκης {ifigenia,sarantos}@ionio.gr 7o Πανελλήνιο Συνέδριο HellasGIS 17-18 Μαΐου 2012

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    CANADA

    Carleton Univ.Libraryhttp://www.library.carleton.ca/about/policies/collection-development-gis-resources

    Dalhousie University

    McMaster Universityhttp://library.mcmaster.ca/collections-services/policies/lloyd-reeds-map-collection

    Ryerson Universityhttp://www.ryerson.ca/library/info/collections/colldev/material.html

    Simon Fraser Universityhttp://www.lib.sfu.ca/collections/collections-policies/geography

    University of New Brunswickhttp://www.lib.unb.ca/about/policies/colldev-UNBF.php#II

    University of Ottawahttp://www.biblio.uottawa.ca/content-page.php?g=en&s=biblio&c=abt-ptq-numeriq

    University of Waterloohttp://www.lib.uwaterloo.ca/staff/irmc/collectionsmanagement.html

    USA

    Brown

    Colorado State Universityhttp://lib.colostate.edu/cm/policies/geopol.html

    Columbia Universityhttp://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/services/colldev/index.html#subj

    Emory University Librarieshttp://edc.library.emory.edu/node/8

    Portland State Universityhttp://guides.library.pdx.edu/maps

    Stanford University / GIS at Branner

    Univ.California-Santa Barbarahttp://www.library.ucsb.edu/services/policies/collections/geogcdp1.html

    Univ.California-SanDiegohttp://libraries.ucsd.edu/_files/sshl/pdf/Geospatial-Data-Collection-Plan.pdf

    Univ. WisconsinMadisonhttp://www.geography.wisc.edu/maplib/Docs/GISData_Dist_Policy.pdf

    Univ. WisconsinMilwaukeehttp://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/CollPolicy/u-agsl.cfm

    University of Nebraska - Lincolnhttp://digitalcommons.unl.edu/librarycolldev/41/http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1040&context=librarycolldev&sei-redir=1&referer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.gr%2Furl%3Fsa%3Dt%26rct%3Dj%26q%3Duniversity%2520library%2520gis%2520collection%2520development%2520policy%26source%3Dweb%26c

    University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.library.upenn.edu/collections/policies/maps.html

    University of Chicagohttp://guides.lib.uchicago.edu/content.php?pid=115216&sid=1220061

    Dukehttp://library.duke.edu/research/subject/guides/maps/map_policy.html

    AUSTRALIA

    Monash University Libraryhttp://www.lib.monash.edu.au/policies/cdp/maps.html???????

    University of Melbournehttp://www.library.unimelb.edu.au/collections/collection_development_policy

    NEW ZEALAND

    University of Aucklandhttp://www.library.auckland.ac.nz/about/biblio/cdp/cdpgeog.htm

    EUROPE

    University of Oxfordhttp://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/54517/Collection-Policy-Geography.pdf

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    COUNTRYGEOSPATIAL COLLECTIONS DEVELOPMENT POLICIES

    AMERICA21

    EUROPE1

    ASIA0

    AFRICA0

    OCEANIA2

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    1. HOW MANY LIBRARIES OF THOSE WITH GIS SERVICES HAVE GEOSPATIAL COLL.DEV.POLICIES

    COUNTRYLIBR.WITH GISGEOSP.COLL.POL.

    CANADA308

    USA8613

    AUSTRALIA71

    NEW ZEALAND11

    AFRICA00

    MIDDLE EAST00

    ASIA00

    S.AMERICA00

    EUROPE121

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    1Univ. WisconsinMadisonhttp://www.geography.wisc.edu/maplib/Docs/GISData_Dist_Policy.pdfCounty and Municipal Level Data-AcquisitionCounty and Municipal Level Data-DistributionOct.2007Jamie Stoltenberg,Map & GIS LibrarianNAI

    2Stanford University / GIS at Branner???????????Collection purpose and description of the usersSelection,Evaluation & PrioritazationScope & CoverageMetadata RecommendationsSources for digital geospatial dataCoordination & Cooperation with other collectionsMay 2007NAI

    3Dukehttp://library.duke.edu/research/subject/guides/maps/map_policy.html

    4University of Chicagohttp://guides.lib.uchicago.edu/content.php?pid=115216&sid=1220061Collecting guidelines 1.Levels of selection 2.Type of materials included and excluded 3.Physical formats included and excluded 4.Publication dates collected 5. Languages 6.Geographical range 7.Chronological spanAreas of distinctionRelated University of Chicago collectionsCooperative arrangements and related collections2009Chris Winters

    5University of Pennsylvaniahttp://www.library.upenn.edu/collections/policies/maps.htmlProgram InformationCollection DescriptionGuidelines for Collection Development 1.Chronological 2.Formats 3.Geographical 4.Language 5.Publication DatesPrincipal Sources of Supply and major Selection ToolsCooperative Arrangements and Related CollectionsJan.2011

    6Univ.California-SanDiegohttp://libraries.ucsd.edu/_files/sshl/pdf/Geospatial-Data-Collection-Plan.pdfBibliographic resourcesElectronic ResourcesLocation of GIS CollectionPrimary focus of GIS CollectionAppendix A:detailed considerations for GIS Data purchases: SelectionAvailabilityDocumentationTypes of dataLicensingPriceMiscellaneousAppendix B:potential GIS data vendors: Commercial vendorsGovernmentFree Data SourcesJune 2009Tracey Hughes,GIS coordinatorNAI

    7Univ.California-Santa Barbarahttp://www.library.ucsb.edu/services/policies/collections/geogcdp1.htmlPurpose of the collectionScope of Coverage1. Language 2.Chronological limits3. Data of publication4. Geographical areasTypes of MaterialInterdisciplinary relationsOther resources1. UC/ Stanford Map Librarians Group2. Sources outside UCOct.2004Mary Larsgaard Geography collection

    8University of Wisconsin-Milwaukeehttp://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/CollPolicy/u-agsl.cfmAcademic program supportCollection LevelCollection profileRelated Subject Collections2003OXI Geography collection

    9Iowa State Univ.Libraryhttp://www.lib.iastate.edu/cfora/pdf/3000057.pdfGeneral PurposeHistoryIowa State Univ.ProgrammeSubject BoundariesGeneral Collection guidelinesCross references to collection policies2004Kathy Parsons Geography collection

    10George Washington Univ.http://www.gelman.gwu.edu/collections/policies/maps-and-gis.pdf/viewPurpose/Program SupportArea resources1.Washington Research Library Consortium2.Other area resourcesGeneral collection guidelines1.Language2.Period of coverage3.Dates of publication4.Geographical6.Treatment of SubjectDescription of materials & formatsSpecial considerationsDuplicationSelection methodsLibrary of Congress classificatrion2009Steven Mandeville-Gamble and Tina Plottel

    11Univ.Illinois Urbana-Champaignhttp://www.library.illinois.edu/gex/classes/collectiondevelopmentgeosciences.htmlSpecial considerations for collection developmentCollection development tools for geosciencesGeology library projects and servicesGeoscience reference and instruction2009OXI Geosciences

    12Univ.Colorado at Boulderhttp://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/collectiondevelopment/geography.htmPurposeGeneral collection GuidelinesA. Methods of Acquiring MaterialsB. LanguagesC. Chronological GuidelinesD. Geographical GuidelinesE. Treatment of SubjectF. Types of MaterialsOther considerations-locationsOXIKatie Lage Geography collection

    13Univ.Cornellhttp://cugir.mannlib.cornell.edu/CUGIRCollectionDevtPolicy_20060825.pdfGeneral Collection principlesData providersMetadataDataSubject Definition and scopeFile formats and typesOther related collections2006

    1Simon Fraser Univ.http://www.lib.sfu.ca/collections/collections-policies/geography[Department description]Spatial Information SystemsInterdisciplinary RelationshipsSFU Library ResourcesRegional ResourcesConsortia and Document DeliveryGeneral Collection GuidelinesSubjects and Levels of Collecting2011Lindsay Tripp Geography collection

    2Queen's Univ.http://library.queensu.ca/research/collections/maps-geospatial-data-and-air-photos#geographGeneral PurposeLanguagesGeographical AreasChronological LimitsType of material collectedSubjects & collecting levels2006Susan Greaves Geography collection

    3Carleton Univ.Libraryhttp://www.library.carleton.ca/about/policies/collection-development-gis-resourcesGeographical PrioritiesSubject PrioritiesData FormatsSoftware Support2010NAI

    4McMaster Universityhttp://library.mcmaster.ca/collections-services/policies/lloyd-reeds-map-collection[General Purpose]Topographic CoverageThematic Coverage: Major Divisions:1.Historical 2.Geological 3.Hydrographic 4.Environmental and Other Thematic 5.CoverageMajor Geographical Areas and Coverage Levels

    5Univ.of Manitobahttp://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/datalib/gis/gis.html[Description of each one of the provided products]Data format / Technical DetailsUse/ Restrictions/CopyrightAccessing the DataDocumentationData outputCitation2004Gary Strike, Data LibrarianNAI

    6University of Waterloohttp://www.lib.uwaterloo.ca/staff/irmc/collectionsmanagement.htmlPersons responsible for the collectionDepartment description & purposeScope of coverageTypes and formats of materials collected2006Jackie Stapleton Earth sciences

    7Ryerson Univ.http://www.ryerson.ca/library/info/collections/colldev/material.html . "Others" GIS 7 .

    8Univ.of New Brunswickhttp://www.lib.unb.ca/about/policies/colldev-UNBF.php#II . :"Materials collected:types & formats"2003

    GIS

    Arizona State University Libraries

    Ball State University Libraries

    Boise State University - Albertsons Library

    Brown

    Colorado State University

    Columbia University

    Cornell Univ.

    Duke University

    Emory University Libraries

    Florida State University

    Florida Inernational University

    Georgia State University

    George Mason University Library

    George Washington University

    Georgetown University

    Harvard University

    Indiana Univ.Bloomington

    Johns Hopkins University

    Kent State Univ.

    Louisiana Tech University

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Miami University

    Michigan State University

    Mississippi State University

    New York University

    North Carolina State University

    Ohio State University

    Oregon State University

    Pennsylvania State Univ.

    Portland State University

    Princeton Univ.

    Purdue University

    Rice University-Fondren Library

    San Diego State University

    Seattle University

    Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

    Stanford University / GIS at Branner

    Syracuse University

    Temple University Library

    Texas A&M University Libraries

    Texas Tech University

    University at Buffalo-The State Un.of New York

    University of Arizona

    University of Arkansas

    University of CaliforniaBerkeley

    University of California-Davis

    University of California-Irvine

    University of California-Los Angeles

    University of California-Riverside

    University of California-San Diego

    University of Central Florida

    University of Chicago

    University of Colorado at Boulder

    University of Connecticut

    University of Delaware

    University of Florida

    University of Georgia

    University of Hawaii at Manoa Library

    University of Idaho

    University of Illinois-Chicago

    University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

    University of Iowa

    University of Kansas

    University of Kentucky

    University of Maine

    University of Mary Washington

    University of Maryland - College Park

    University of Massachusetts-

    University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

    University of Minnesota

    University of Montana

    University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    University of Nevada Las Vegas

    University of New Mexico

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    University of Northern Iowa

    University of OregonEugene

    University of Pennsylvania

    University of Pittsburgh

    University of Rochester

    University of Southern California

    University of Tennessee

    University of Texas at Arlington Library

    University of Texas-Austin

    University of Vermont

    University of Washington Library

    University of WisconsinMadison

    University of WisconsinMilwaukee

    Vanderbild University Library

    Virginia Tech University

    Washington State University Libraries

    Washington University in St.Louis

    Western Illinois University Libraries

    Western Michigan University

    Yale University

    Univ.California-Santa Barbara

    Iowa State Univ.Libr

    Table 5.

    Information Addressing

    COOPERATION

    RankContent TypeNo of policiesPercent (n=21)

    1Cooperative arrangements and related collections733.3%

    2Interdisciplinary Relationships29.5%

    Table 2.

    Information Addressing Collection

    RankContent TypeNo of policiesPercent

    (n=21)

    1Collection Purpose/Purpose of the collection/General Collection principles1047.6%

    1Collection Guidelines:1047.6%

    Subject boundaries/priorities1152.4%

    Publication dates collected942.9%

    Languages942.9%

    Geographical range838.1%

    File formats and types838.1%

    Type of materials included and excluded523.8%

    Chronological span/limits419.04%

    2Selection/Evaluation & Prioritazation419.04%

    2Audience/Description of users/Distribution419.04%

    2Collection Profile/Description/Level/Brief Overview419.04%

    3Acquisition/s29.5%

    4Price14.5%

    Table 3.

    Information Addressing Data

    RankContent TypeNo of policiesPercent

    (n=21)

    1Use/Licensing/Restrictions/Copyright419.04%

    2Data314.3%

    2Weeding314.3%

    3Metadata29.5%

    3Documentation29.5%

    3Software support29.5%

    4Citation14.8%

    Carleton Univ.LibraryARL

    Cornell Univ.ARL

    DukeARL

    George Washington Univ.

    Iowa State Univ.LibraryARL

    McMaster UniversityARL

    Queen's Univ.ARL

    Ryerson Univ.

    Simon Fraser Univ.ARL

    Stanford University / GIS at BrannerARL

    Univ.California-SanDiego

    Univ.California-Santa BarbaraARL

    Univ.Colorado at BoulderARL

    Univ.Illinois Urbana-ChampaignARL

    Univ.of ManitobaARL

    Univ.of New BrunswickARL

    University of ChicagoARL

    University of Pennsylvania

    University of WaterlooARL

    Univ. WisconsinMadison

    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

    Boise State University - Albertsons Library

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    Washington State Geospatial Data Archive (WAGDA), includes data for King County, City of Seattle, Washington geology, Washington digital elevation models (DEMs) and digital line graphs (DLGs). Some of this data is restricted to use by UW students, facultyhttp://www.lib.washington.edu/maps/MapResources/gis3.html

    CUGIR:Cornell University Geospatial Repositoryhttp://cugir.mannlib.cornell.edu/

    http://magic.lib.uconn.edu/about_magic.html

    [Department description]

    [Description of each one of the provided products]

    [General Purpose]

    Academic program support

    Accessing the Data

    Appendix A:detailed considerations for GIS Data purchases: Selection

    Appendix B:potential GIS data vendors: Commercial vendors

    Area resources1.Washington Research Library Consortium2.Other area resources

    Areas of distinction

    Availability

    Bibliographic resources

    Chronological Limits

    Citation

    Collecting guidelines 1.Levels of selection 2.Type of materials included and excluded 3.Physical formats included and excluded 4.Publication dates collected 5. Languages 6.Geographical range 7.Chronological span

    Collection Description

    Collection development tools for geosciences

    Collection Level

    Collection profile

    Collection purpose and description of the users

    Consortia and Document Delivery

    Cooperative arrangements and related collections

    Cooperative Arrangements and Related Collections

    Coordination & Cooperation with other collections

    County and Municipal Level Data-Acquisition

    County and Municipal Level Data-Distribution

    Cross references to collection policies

    Data

    Data format / Technical Details

    Data Formats

    Data output

    Data providers

    Department description & purpose

    Description of materials & formats

    Documentation

    Documentation

    Duplication

    Electronic Resources

    File formats and types

    Free Data Sources

    General Collection guidelines

    General Collection Guidelines

    General collection guidelines1.Language2.Period of coverage3.Dates of publication4.Geographical6.Treatment of Subject

    General collection GuidelinesA. Methods of Acquiring MaterialsB. LanguagesC. Chronological GuidelinesD. Geographical GuidelinesE. Treatment of SubjectF. Types of Materials

    General Collection principles

    General Purpose

    General Purpose

    Geographical Areas

    Geographical Priorities

    Geology library projects and services

    Geoscience reference and instruction

    Government

    Guidelines for Collection Development 1.Chronological 2.Formats 3.Geographical 4.Language 5.Publication Dates

    History

    Interdisciplinary relations

    Interdisciplinary Relationships

    Iowa State Univ.Programme

    Languages

    Library of Congress classificatrion

    Licensing

    Location of GIS Collection

    Major Geographical Areas and Coverage Levels

    Metadata

    Metadata Recommendations

    Miscellaneous

    Other considerations-locations

    Other related collections

    Other resources1. UC/ Stanford Map Librarians Group2. Sources outside UC

    Persons responsible for the collection

    Price

    Primary focus of GIS Collection

    Principal Sources of Supply and major Selection Tools

    Program Information

    Purpose

    Purpose of the collection

    Purpose/Program Support

    Regional Resources

    Related Subject Collections

    Related University of Chicago collections

    Scope & Coverage

    Scope of coverage

    Scope of Coverage1. Language 2.Chronological limits3. Data of publication4. Geographical areas

    Selection methods

    Selection,Evaluation & Prioritazation

    SFU Library Resources

    Software Support

    Sources for digital geospatial data

    Spatial Information Systems

    Special considerations

    Special considerations for collection development

    Subject Boundaries

    Subject Definition and scope

    Subject Priorities

    Subjects & collecting levels

    Subjects and Levels of Collecting

    Thematic Coverage: Major Divisions:1.Historical 2.Geological 3.Hydrographic 4.Environmental and Other Thematic 5.Coverage

    Topographic Coverage

    Type of material collected

    Types and formats of materials collected

    Types of data

    Types of Material

    Use/ Restrictions/Copyright

    . :"Materials collected:types & formats"

    . "Others" GIS 7 .

    Washington State Geospatial Data Archive (WAGDA), includes data for King County, City of Seattle, Washington geology, Washington digital elevation models (DEMs) and digital line graphs (DLGs). Some of this data is restricted to use by UW students, faculty

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    WisconsinMadisonCounty and Municipal Level Data-AcquisitionCounty and Municipal Level Data-Distribution

    Stanford Univ.Collection purpose and description of the usersSelection,Evaluation & PrioritazationScope & CoverageMetadata RecommendationsSources for digital geospatial dataCoordination & Cooperation with other collections

    DukeI. Programmatic InformationMaterials CollectedCollection LimitationsCollection MethodsWeedingRelated Collections and Cooperative Arrangements

    UnivChicagoBrief overview of the collectionCollecting guidelinesAreas of distinctionRelated University of Chicago collectionsCooperative arrangements and related collections

    UnPennsProgram InformationCollection DescriptionGuidelines for Collection DevelopmentPrincipal Sources of Supply and major Selection ToolsCooperative Arrangements and Related Collections

    UnCalSanDiegoBibliographic resourcesElectronic ResourcesLocation of GIS CollectionPrimary focus of GIS CollectionAppendix A:detailed considerations for GIS Data purchases: SelectionAvailabilityDocumentationTypes of dataLicensingPriceMiscellaneousAppendix B:potential GIS data vendors: Commercial vendorsGovernmentFree Data Sources

    UnCalSBPurpose of the collectionScope of CoverageTypes of MaterialInterdisciplinary relationsOther resources

    WiscMilwAcademic program supportCollection LevelCollection profileRelated Subject Collections

    Iowa State Univ.LibraryGeneral PurposeHistoryIowa State Univ.ProgrammeSubject BoundariesGeneral Collection guidelinesCross references to collection policies

    GeoWashPurpose/Program SupportArea resourcesGeneral collection guidelinesDescription of materials & formatsSpecial considerationsDuplicationSelection methodsLibrary of Congress classificatrion

    IllinUrbanaSpecial considerations for collection developmentCollection development tools for geosciencesGeology library projects and servicesGeoscience reference and instruction

    Colorado BoulderPurposeGeneral collection GuidelinesOther considerations-locations

    CornellGeneral Collection principlesData providersMetadataDataSubject Definition and scopeFile formats and typesOther related collections

    [Description of each one of the provided products]General collection GuidelinesA. Methods of Acquiring MaterialsB. C.. GuidelinesE..

    Appendix B:potential GIS data vendors: Commercial vendorsGeology library projects and services

    Area resources1.Washington Research Library Consortium2.Other area resourcesGovernment

    Areas of distinctionGuidelines for Collection Development 1. 2.Formats 3. 4. 5.

    Availability

    Bibliographic resourcesInterdisciplinary relations

    CitationInterdisciplinary Relationships

    Collecting guidelines 2. 3.Physical formats included and excluded 4. 5. 6. 7.Iowa State Univ.Programme

    Collection development tools for geosciencesLibrary of Congress classificatrion

    Licensing

    Location of GIS Collection

    Consortia and Document Delivery

    Cooperative arrangements and related collectionsMetadata

    Cooperative Arrangements and Related CollectionsMetadata Recommendations

    Coordination & Cooperation with other collectionsMiscellaneous

    County and Municipal Level Data-Other considerations-locations

    County and Municipal Level Data-DistributionOther related collections

    Cross references to collection policiesOther resources1. UC/ Stanford Map Librarians Group2. Sources outside UC

    DataPersons responsible for the collection

    Data format / Technical DetailsPrice

    Data FormatsPrimary focus of GIS Collection

    Data outputPrincipal Sources of Supply and major Selection Tools

    Data providersRegional Resources

    Documentation

    DocumentationRelated Subject Collections

    DuplicationRelated University of Chicago collections

    Electronic ResourcesScope & Coverage

    File formats and typesScope of coverage

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    General Collection guidelinesSoftware Support

    General Collection GuidelinesSources for digital geospatial data

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