Online access to historic maps, enhanced by JPEG2000 format and, in some cases, Google Maps, has proved popular with scholars, students, community members, and librarians. This article will discuss the planning, scanning, metadata creation, and Google mapping of the University of Louisville's Kentucky Maps Collection (http://digital.library.louisville.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/maps/).
Original Publication Information
This article was originally published in Microform & Imaging Review, volume 37, issue 4, in December 2008. DOI: 10.1515/mfir.2008.016.
Holtze, Terri L. and Howard, Rachel I., "Historic maps meet Google maps : the University of Louisville's Kentucky Maps collection." (2008). Faculty Scholarship. 8.