The Esri Education Bibliography houses academic citations to journals, magazines, books, and other media which document GIS in education. This includes articles about GIS in the classroom, research on GIS in education, and GIS use for the administration of educational institutions.
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.
The purpose of the GIS Bibliography is to:
Reference all significant GIS literature.
Improve access to GIS literature by providing a comprehensive index.
Show changes in the content and volume of GIS literature through time.
About the Bibliography
In 1991, Professor Duane Marble of The Ohio State University began to build a GIS Master Bibliography to make GIS literature accessible to the public. In 1999, Esri became curator of the bibliography and incorporated it into the GIS Bibliography.