Mapping natural history field guide coverage for discoverability: A collaboration

Lori Bronars, Miriam Olivares


In these times of emphasis on interdisciplinary research, it seems librarians are encouraged to collaborate more than ever and not work just in their own individual silos. This article describes collaborative web-based mapping work between the authors, librarians at the Yale University Marx Library, which serves science and social science researchers and students. Additionally, the Marx Library is the hub for support services involving technology, statistics, and data, therefore the work of librarians is heavily supported technologically with data analytics and geospatial-integrated resources.

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