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Hot or Not: StackMap Maps the Library Stacks

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Tuesday, October 16th 2012


StackMap is a tool to literally map the stacks of the libraries. It offers patrons maps and directions to books of interest and makes the lives of those who manage those stacks easier. Is StackMap, now just a few years old, a longterm winner or is it another mapping solutions that here today and gone tomorrow?
 
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Mapping Your Library | ALA TechSource
The Code4Lib Journal – Map it @ WSU: Development of a Library Mapping System for Large Academic Libraries
Texas Tech University Libraries :: Interactive Map
Floor Plans and Stack Maps | Lewis Library (Princeton)
Stack Map: A new LibraryThing for Libraries Enhancement! « The Thingology Blog
StackMap LLC: Overview | LinkedIn
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Tufts Expands GIS Opportunities and other Education GIS News - All Points Blog


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