Accessing the inaccessible: Creating a digital cartobibliography of embedded maps
|Accessing the inaccessible: Creating a digital cartobibliography of embedded maps|
|Published in||Journal of Map and Geography Libraries|
|Keyword(s)||Cartobibliographic tool, Cartobibliographies, Cartoko, Collaborative indexes, Indexing, Map indexes, Online databases, Wikis (Extra: accessibility, bibliography, cartography, database, digital map, index method, Internet, research work, software)|
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Maps within printed books have long been both useful for research and often difficult to access. Numerous indexes have been published in the past 150 years to resolve this problem, though these efforts have necessarily been limited in scope. A selection of these works is reviewed, and an online and collaborative cartobibliography aimed at providing a method to index embedded maps using wiki software is discussed.
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