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Temporally Dynamic Maps: The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative Experience

@article{Zerneke2006TemporallyDM,
  title={Temporally Dynamic Maps: The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative Experience},
  author={Jeanette Zerneke and M. Buckland and Kim Carl},
  journal={Human IT: Journal for Information Technology Studies as a Human Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={8}
}
Understanding context is important in the humanities and social sciences. Temporally dynamic maps provide a framework for showing and analyzing context in terms of what was happening around a particular time and place. Such maps are investigated in the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI), an informal international collaboration of educators, researchers, librarians, and information technology specialists, based at the University of California, Berkeley. In addition to organizing… Expand
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