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Implementing a new geospatial data
discovery interface across a multi-
institution consortium
Nathan Piekielek1, James Whi...
Outline
1. Background
2. The Project
3. Content
4. Methods and Tools
5. The Geoportal
6. Future Work
The Data (geospatial?) Revolution
Petabytes
2005 2010(Gantz et al. 2007)
“ 80 – 90% of gov’t produced
data has a spatial
c...
The Holy Grail –
Consolidated Search
What is the role of the
academic library?
“…collect, organize, and ensure
access to information in all its forms.”
“…provi...
A Brief History of GIS in libraries
1992 2015
Association of
Research (ARL)
Libraries – ESRI
Geographic
Information
System...
Geospatial data in libraries
Maps
Digital Maps
Geospatial Data
Public Domain Data
Proprietary Data
Research Data
Scanned M...
The Project
James Whitacre, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Ann Liss &Theresa Quill, University of Indiana
Cathy Hodge & Ro...
Resources
Project Administration
+
1.0 FTE Metadata Coordinator
0.25 FTE Spatial Data Analyst
Task Force and Working Sub-c...
It’s all about the Metadata
(Adapted from K. Weessies and K. R. Willson, ICA 2016)
Content
The Workflow
(Adapted from K. Majewicz, BTAA GDP 2016)
• GeoBlacklight: geoportal platform
• GeoNetwork: online metadata editing ISO 19139 standard
• Omeka: online metadata edit...
Methods and Tools
The Geoportal
Future Work
• Continue to get more data as services
• Authenticated access for proprietary/licensed data
• Georeferencing ...
References cited
1.Gantz, J.F. et al. (2007). A forecast of worldwide information growth through 2010. IDC:
analyze the fu...
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Nathan Piekielek, The Pennsylvania State University
James Whitacre, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Geographic information systems (GIS) have been commonly used mapping and analytic tools for more than twenty years. Early in this period, a lack of geospatial data often limited GIS users so that individuals were commonly producing geospatial data for their own use. More recently, the availability of geospatial data has increased dramatically so that the focus has shifted away from the data production efforts of individuals and towards large-scale multi-institution data documentation and discovery projects. In 2015, nine university members of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC; aka Big Ten) began a collaborative effort to build and populate a geospatial data portal. The portal leverages the newest data documentation and discovery tools including GeoNetwork to create ISO metadata records and GeoBlacklight as the platform for a web-based discovery interface. A beta version of the portal is operational and will be described and demonstrated.

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Implementing a new geospatial data discovery interface across a multi-institution consortium

  1. 1. Implementing a new geospatial data discovery interface across a multi- institution consortium Nathan Piekielek1, James Whitacre2 1The Pennsylvania State University 2 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign October 21, 2016 Colorado Springs, CO
  2. 2. Outline 1. Background 2. The Project 3. Content 4. Methods and Tools 5. The Geoportal 6. Future Work
  3. 3. The Data (geospatial?) Revolution Petabytes 2005 2010(Gantz et al. 2007) “ 80 – 90% of gov’t produced data has a spatial component.” - National Geospatial Advisory Committee 2008 “ 70 – 80% of information managed by businesses is connected to a specific geographic location.” - Geographic Information and Technology Association 2006, from Byrd 2012
  4. 4. The Holy Grail – Consolidated Search
  5. 5. What is the role of the academic library? “…collect, organize, and ensure access to information in all its forms.” “…provide strong academic research collections in… digital formats, and help our patrons access collections internationally.” - Penn State University Libraries Strategic Plan (2014 – 2019) “…providing and stewarding collections and content that comprise a current and retrospective record of human knowledge…” “…ensuring unfettered access to information and by providing a network of expertise that ensures value, quality, and authenticity of information resources.” - University Of Illinois Library Mission Statement
  6. 6. A Brief History of GIS in libraries 1992 2015 Association of Research (ARL) Libraries – ESRI Geographic Information Systems Literacy Project 1997 74% of surveyed ARL libraries offer GIS equipment and services ~2 FTE GIS staff / institution Advanced training in: geog., natural resources, geology etc. Technical expertise in: GIS, statistics, research academia, research data management 1996 Penn State opens GIS center in library Penn State and PA DEP launch state spatial data clearinghouse (ARL1999;Holstein2015;Xiaetal.2014)
  7. 7. Geospatial data in libraries Maps Digital Maps Geospatial Data Public Domain Data Proprietary Data Research Data Scanned Maps (Adapted from N. Kong, CNI 2016)
  8. 8. The Project
  9. 9. James Whitacre, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Ann Liss &Theresa Quill, University of Indiana Cathy Hodge & Rob Shepard, University of Iowa Kelley O'Neal & Bria Parker, University of Maryland Mara Blake &Tim Utter, University of Michigan Kathleen Weessies & AmandaTickner, Michigan State University Ryan Mattke & Karen Majewicz, University of Minnesota Linda Ballinger, Nathan Piekielek, & PaigeAndrew, Pennsylvania State University Nicole Kong, Purdue University Jaime Martindale & AJWortley, University ofWisconsin Madison Task Force:
  10. 10. Resources Project Administration + 1.0 FTE Metadata Coordinator 0.25 FTE Spatial Data Analyst Task Force and Working Sub-committees Hardware, Software and Tech Support Steering Committee
  11. 11. It’s all about the Metadata (Adapted from K. Weessies and K. R. Willson, ICA 2016)
  12. 12. Content
  13. 13. The Workflow (Adapted from K. Majewicz, BTAA GDP 2016)
  14. 14. • GeoBlacklight: geoportal platform • GeoNetwork: online metadata editing ISO 19139 standard • Omeka: online metadata editing for Dublin Core standard • Google Docs: project management and file sharing/storage • ArcCatalog: desktop metadata translation for GIS records • Oxygen: batch editing for XML documents • MarcEdit: desktop metadata translation for map records • Python: batch harvesting, editing, and publishing • GitHub: file repository for OpenGeoMetadata • Asana: project management software Methods and Tools
  15. 15. Methods and Tools
  16. 16. The Geoportal
  17. 17. Future Work • Continue to get more data as services • Authenticated access for proprietary/licensed data • Georeferencing (more) scanned maps • Contiguous geography/Institutions currently not participating
  18. 18. References cited 1.Gantz, J.F. et al. (2007). A forecast of worldwide information growth through 2010. IDC: analyze the future, Framingham, MA. 2.National Geospatial Advisory Committee. (2008). A national geospatial strategy. 3.Byrd, J.B. (2012). The political surveyor: the need for a geospatial market study. Professional Surveyor Magazine (http://archives.profsurv.com/). 4.Kong, N. (2016). A multi-institution project toward geospatial data discovery. Coalition for Networked Data, San Antonio, TX. 5.Holstein, A. (2015). Geographic Information and Technologies in Academic Libraries: An ARL survey of services and support. Information Technology and Libraries, March: 38-51. 6.Association of Research Libraries (ARL). (March 1999). The ARL geographic information systems literacy project: A SPEC kit. SPEC kit, 238. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, Office of Leadership and Management Services. 7.Xia, J. and M. Wang. 2014. Competencies and responsibilities of social science data librarians: an analysis of job descriptions. College and Research Libraries, May 362-388.

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