Elsevier · Taylor, Lauriault: Developments in the Theory and Practice of Cybercartography, 2nd Edition · Table of contents

Table of contents

1. Developments in the Theory and Practice of Cybercartography

2. From Cybercartography to the Paradigm of Geocybernetics: A philosophical Perspective

3. Socio-geocybernetics as a Theoretical Tool for the Development of Transdisciplinary Frameworks

4. Cybercartography and Volunteered Geographic Information

5. Exploring Web 2.0 and Participatory Software for Building Geo-located Narratives

6. Programmer Interfaces for Mapping in the Cloud

7. Location Based Services and Ubiquitous Cartography

8. Inclusive Cartography: Theoretical and Applied Issues in Brazil

9. The technological Framework for Cybercartographic Atlases

10. Interactive Audiovisual Design for Cartography: Survey, Prospects, and an Example

11. A Cybercartographic Atlas of Canadian Cinematographic Territories

12. Pilot Atlas of the Risk of Homelessness in Canada

13. Mapping Views from the North: Cybercartographic Technology and Inuit Photographic Encounters

14. The Creation of the Atlas of Inuit Sea Ice Use and Knowledge

15. Kitikmeot Place Names Atlas

16. The Gwich'in Atlas: place names, maps and narratives

17. The Role of Experience in the Iterative Development of the Lake Huron Treaty Atlas

18. Building trusted relationships in cybercartography: Consent and Ethics on Local and Traditional Knowledge

19. Cybercartography and Traditional Knowledge: Responding to Legal and Ethical Challenges

20. Cybercartography for Education

21. Archiving and Preserving Cybercartography

22. Conclusion and the Future of Cybercartography