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Julie's role in the library
I am the subject specialist for maps and geospatial information systems data. In that role, I oversee purchasing of digital and paper maps as well as geospatial information. I answer questions related to the discovery and use of these materials.
Much of my time is spent managing project work such as acquiring and cataloging collections of rare maps, fostering relationships with the map community to gain access to private collections for scanning purposes, and working directly with faculty and students to find and use these materials.
I am currently working with a team to create a robust catalog of geospatial data that will allow for visualization and downloading of content held by Stanford and other universities.
Topic Guides by Julie
|Guide||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Oil and gas maps||2013-04-05||Energy resource engineering, Maps|
|Geologic maps||2013-04-05||Geology, Maps|
|Topographic maps||2013-04-05||Earth sciences, Maps, Environmental studies|
|Soviet military topographic map sets||2013-04-05||Maps|
|Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps||2013-04-05||Maps|
Course Guides by Julie
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Map and Geography Libraries
Advisory Board Member, Geospatial Data Preservation Clearinghouse
Advisory Board Member, Geographic Information Literacy Project
Western Association of Map Libraries (WAML)
Cartographic Users Advisory Committee (CUAC) for WAML
American Library Association, Map and Geospatial Round Table (MAGIRT)
Sweetkind-Singer, J. Herbert Hoover: A Geologist in Training. Journal of Map and Geography Libraries, v.6, no. 2, 2010.
Sweetkind-Singer, J. Guest Editor, Preservation of Geospatial Materials, Special Issue, Journal of Map and Geography Libraries, v.6, no. 1, 2010.
Erwin, T. and J. Sweetkind-Singer. The National Geospatial Digital Archive: A Collaborative Project to Archive Geospatial Data.Journal of Map and Geography Libraries, v.6, no. 1, 2010.
Sweetkind-Singer, J., T. Erwin, and M.L. Larsgaard. Legal Agreements Governing Archiving Partnerships: The NGDA Approach. Archiving 2009, May 4-7, 2009.
Sweetkind-Singer, J. Uncharted Territory: Building a Network for the Archiving of Geospatial Images and Data. Against the Grain, v. 21, no. 2, April 2009.
Erwin, T., J. Sweetkind-Singer, and M.L. Larsgaard. The National Geospatial Digital Archive - Collection Development: Lessons Learned. Library Trends, v. 57, n. 3, Winter 2009.
Sweetkind-Singer, J., M.L. Larsgaard, and T. Erwin. Digital Preservation of Geospatial Data. Library Trends, v. 55, n. 2, Fall 2006.
Thiry, C. (Ed.) & J. Sweetkind-Singer. (Regional Ed.). Guide to U.S. Map Resources. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2005.
Erwin, T. and J. Sweetkind-Singer. Integrating the Hoover Map Collection at Branner Earth Sciences Library and Map Collections. Information Bulletin, v. 35, no.3, 2004.
Sweetkind-Singer, J., M. Powers, and C. Derksen. Stanford Geological Survey Access Project. Information Bulletin, v. 34, n.3, 2003.
Derksen, C. and J. Sweetkind-Singer. Accessing and preserving field maps and notebooks: the Stanford Geological Survey Map and Field Notebook Access Project. Geoscience Information Society Proceedings, 2002.
Sweetkind-Singer, J., and M.J. Williams. Supporting the Needs of Geographic Information Systems Users in an Academic Library. Science & Technology Libraries, v. 21, issue 3/4, 2001. (Co-published in Information and the Professional Scientist and Engineer.)
Rumsey, D., P. Hoehn, and J. Sweetkind. The Rumsey Collection Goes Online. Information Bulletin, v. 32, n. 2, 2001.
Derksen, C.R.M., J.K. Sweetkind-Singer, and M.J. Williams. The Place Of Geographic Information System Services in a Geoscience Information Center. Geoscience Information Society Proceedings, v. 31, 2001.
Sweetkind, J. State of the Art: David Rumsey's Online Map Collection. Mercator's World, Sept./Oct. 2000.
Heckrotte, W., ed. and J. Sweetkind, assistant ed. (1999) California 49: Forty-Nine Maps of California from the Sixteenth Century to the Present. San Francisco: California Map Society.