GIS, or Geographic Information Systems, store information tied to a location. The archival preservation of GIS data is an ongoing challenge.

The CODATA Mission: Preserving Scientific Data for the Future

Posted on 18th February 2013
Under: access, born digital records, digitization, future-proofing, GIS, preservation, software | 1 Comment »

Creative Funding for Text-Mining and Visualization Project

Posted on 16th January 2011
Under: digital humanities, funding, GIS, information visualization, interface design, search, text mining | 2 Comments »

National Archives Transitions to Flickr Commons Membership

Posted on 16th February 2010
Under: access, GIS, learning technology, outreach, photography, virtual collaboration, web 2.0 | 2 Comments »

Dipity: Easy Hosted Timelines

Posted on 20th July 2008
Under: access, GIS, information visualization, interface design, learning technology, virtual collaboration | 3 Comments »

Book Review: Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History

Posted on 25th January 2007
Under: access, book review, GIS, historical research, software | No Comments »

GIS and Geospatial Data Preservation: Research Resources

Posted on 4th January 2007
Under: born digital records, electronic records, GIS | No Comments »

The Edges of the GIS Electronic Record

Posted on 2nd January 2007
Under: appraisal, born digital records, electronic records, future-proofing, GIS | 3 Comments »

Google Earth, Historical Maps and Ideas on Context

Posted on 15th December 2006
Under: access, born digital records, context, digitization, funding, GIS, metadata, outreach, what if | No Comments »

SAA 2007 Session Proposal: Preserving Context and Original Order in a Digital World

Posted on 28th September 2006
Under: access, context, digitization, EAD, GIS, interface design, metadata, open source, original order, SAA2006, SAA2007, software | 1 Comment »

GIS, Access, Archives and Daydreams

Posted on 13th September 2006
Under: access, database design, digitization, GIS, search, what if | 9 Comments »
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