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Indirect Geospatial Referencing through Place Names in the Digital Library: Alexandria Digital Library Experience with Developing and Implementing Gazetteers
Proceedings of the ASIST Annual Meeting Vol. 36 (1999) pp. 57–69
Describes the development by the Alexandria Digital Library of a gazetteer (dictionary of geographic names) composed of a Gazetteer Content Standard, a Feature Type Thesaurus, and an operational interactive gazetteer service. Illustrates the use of...
Educause Quarterly Vol. 23, No. 1 (2000) pp. 16–23
Describes activities resulting from a 1997 Minnesota state mandate which called for the development of a statewide virtual university. Measures the results to date against two classification systems and several sets of readiness criteria for virtual ...
Journal of the American Society for Information Science Vol. 50, No. 13 (1999) pp. 1169–81
Defines digital library collections and outlines two classes of collection metadata. Describes the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL) Project approach to collection metadata, including the ADL system architecture and collection guidelines and the...
User Evaluation: Summary of the Methodologies and Results for the Alexandria Digital Library, University of California at Santa Barbara
Linda L. Hill; Ron Dolin; James Frew; Randall B. Kemp; Mary Larsgaard; Daniel R. Montello; Mary-Anna Rae; Jason Simpson
Proceedings of the ASIST Annual Meeting Vol. 34 (1997) pp. 225–43
The collection and services of the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL) at the University of California Santa Barbara focus on geospatial information sources with links to geographic locations. Evaluation studies conducted within the ADL project are...
Journal of the American Society for Information Science Vol. 51, No. 3 (2000) pp. 246–59
Describes the Alexandria Digital Library, a geolibrary that focuses on geographical locations. Topics include the evolution of the system and interface design; design goals; user communities, including earth scientists, information specialists, and...