Community-based geoportals: The next generation? Concepts and methods for the geospatial Web 2.0

@article{Longueville2010CommunitybasedGT,
  title={Community-based geoportals: The next generation? Concepts and methods for the geospatial Web 2.0},
  author={Bertrand De Longueville},
  journal={Computers, Environment and Urban Systems},
  year={2010},
  volume={34},
  pages={299-308}
}
Abstract User-generated content, interoperability and the social dimension are the cornerstones of an emerging paradigm for the creation and sharing of information: Web 2.0. This article studies how geoportals can benefit from the Web 2.0 features. Geoportals are World Wide Web gateways that organize content and services related to geographic information. They are the most visible part of Spatial Data Infrastructures (i.e. distributed systems that aid acquisition, processing, distribution, use… CONTINUE READING

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