Here you will find a starting point for a list of GIS materials that are on the web. This site is intended for UC San Diego GIS users as well as the larger GIS community and is a collaborative project with librarians from within the University of California, Purdue Libraries, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and University of Tennessee Knoxville.
Key GIS Web Resources
These are but a small number of good GIS web resources.
Current Literature on Geographic Information
Systems and Libraries, provided by McMaster University. http://library.mcmaster.ca/maps/gis_libr.htm.
Metadata Primer for Map Librarians. http://www.ala.org/ala/magert/publicationsab/metaprime.cfm.
GIS.com : the Guide to Geographic Information
Information Systems (poster).http://egsc.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/gis_poster/
ESRI Online Bibliography, provided by
ESRI.This bibliography covers the
literature of geographic information systems, science, and technology. It
indexes journals, conference proceedings, books, and reports from the origins
of GIS to the present. There are currently 78,412 entries in the bibliography. http://training.esri.com/campus/library/index.cfm
An older, but potentially good resource for developers or just to get an idea of some of the kinds of webmapping services that are out there. Created by GeoCommunity. Technologies used include: ArcIMS, ArcView IMS, MapObjects IMS and RouteMAP IMS.
This very cool site and project " is a collaborative research and educational platform for traveling back in time to explore the historical layers of city spaces in an interactive, hypermedia environment". It uses Google technologies and explores the digital humanities in a geographic fashion. Check it out!