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This journal is a pluralist peer reviewed international journal which does not obey any particular ideological, theoretical or methodological approach in dealing with humanistic, artistic, scientific and technological issues related to map history and cartographic heritage in the large

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Principal aim of the journal is:To couple issues on history of cartography and maps with a variety of possibilities offered by the new digital information and communication technologies.To bring together in harmonic convergence historians of cartography and maps, cartography scholars and experts in new digital cartographic technologies. To create a common space of research targeting at the broadening of cartographic and map history access and expertise


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The international quarterly e-journal on sciences and technologies affined to history of cartography and maps

 

2019: Vol. 14 No. 3


pages 54 (110-163)

Contents: T. Tegeler, H. Bauer (Regensburg): Introduction: Maps in Libraries. Trends in Enabling Spatial Information Retrieval; W. Crom (Berlin): Digitisation and Georeferencing of Maps: Key Terms or Stimulus Words?; M. van Egmond (Utrecht): The Dutch Landscape of Online Institutional Georeferencing; C. Fleet (Edinburgh) Creating, Managing, and Maximising the Potential of Large Online Georeferenced Map Layers; R. Simon, V. Vitale, R. Kahn, E. Barker, L. Isaksen (Vienna/London/Berlin/Milton Keynes/Exeter) Revisiting Linking Early Geospatial Documents with Recogito

---Special issue: Papers of the Workshop Maps in Libraries, Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, March 2019 - PART I

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