Access to Online Historical Aerial Photography Collections: Past Practice, Present State, and Future Opportunities

Carol Patterson McAuliffe, Kathryn Lage, Ryan Mattke

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Abstract

The authors review how access to historical aerial photograph collections has evolved in response to technological developments and addresses areas for further advancement, with a particular emphasis on developing, preserving, and sustaining online collections. The authors focus specifically on the areas of metadata, the Semantic Web and linked data, and sustainability through collaboration. The article includes brief case studies, highlighting various projects involving the aerial photography collections at the University of Minnesota. The conclusion asserts the critical role played by geographic information librarians in effectively carrying out the strategies described in the article as they relate to the long-term sustainability of digital geospatial collections.

LanguageEnglish (US)
Pages198-221
Number of pages24
JournalJournal of Map and Geography Libraries
Volume13
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - May 4 2017

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Keywords

  • collaborations
  • crowdsourcing
  • digital geospatial collections
  • digital libraries
  • geospatial information librarians
  • geospatial Semantic Web
  • historical aerial photographs
  • libraries
  • linked data
  • map collections
  • metadata
  • sustainability
  • Web interfaces

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Access to Online Historical Aerial Photography Collections : Past Practice, Present State, and Future Opportunities. / McAuliffe, Carol Patterson; Lage, Kathryn; Mattke, Ryan.

In: Journal of Map and Geography Libraries, Vol. 13, No. 2, 04.05.2017, p. 198-221.

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