GeoBlacklight at NYU, A blog series by Andrew Battista
Jan 25, 2016
NYU’s GIS Librarian Andrew Battista created a 7-part blog post series on his experience with implementing GeoBlacklight, spatial data services, and integrating with an existing repository at NYU. This series is a great read and provides a great deal of context and information not only about GeoBlacklight, but offers fresh perspectives about repositories and GIS in libraries.
You can read the series at Andrew’s blog Curation Culture.
- January 20 – GeoBlacklight at NYU: A Project Overview
- January 25 – DSpace and the Institutional Repository: Preservation and the Spatial Data Infrastructure
- February 5 – Creating GeoBlacklight Metadata Records
- The Technology Stack: Amazon Web Services Products & Open Source GIS
- Revisiting: The Collection Workflow in a Nutshell
- Institutional Context and Collaboration
- Wrapping Up: Expostulations and Replies