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Cybercartography and the New Economy

The Cybercartography and the New Economy Project was a multi-disciplinary research project featuring collaboration among researchers from cognitive science, geography, cultural mediation, psychology, English literature, cartography, music and international trade.

Principal Investigator

Professor D. R. F. Taylor, Director of the Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)

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Project Manager

Barbara George, GCRC

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Research Collaborators

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Advisory Board

The Cybercartography and the New Economy Project Advisory Board's role was to ensure that the project progressed in a satisfactory manner and met the goals of the proposal submitted to the Social Sciences and Humanities Council (SSHRC) and to suggest modifications to the project where appropriate. The Advisory board met once a year.
The Members of the Advisory Board were as follows:

  • Dr. Gordon Deecker, Director, Geography Division, Statistics Canada, Government of Canada
  • Dr. Robert O'Neil, Director, Natural Resources Canada, GeoAccess Division Natural Resources Canada, Government of Canada
  • John Manning, Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research
  • Ronald C. Drews, President and CEO, Orbital Media Group
  • Dr. Ed Kennedy, Managing Director, Canadian GeoProject Centre, Government of Canada
  • Dr. Simon Ommanney, Secretary, Canadian Committee for Antarctic Research (CCAR)
  • Dr. Fabrizio Davide, Project Leader, Business Development, HQ Learning Services, Telecom Italia, S.p.A.
  • Dr. Norman Vinson, Institute for Information Technology, National Research Coucil of Canada
  • Dr. John Osborne, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, or his representative, Carleton University (ex officio)
  • Dr. Gordana Krcevinac, Program Officer, INE Collaborative Research Initiatives

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Partners

The Cybercartography and the New Economy project has formal partnership agreements with a number of industry, research and government organizations as follows. Their contributions in terms of data, knowledge and expertise were invaluable to the research and the production of the two atlases.

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Affiliations

The Cybercartography and the New Economy Project was formally affiliated with the following private and/or non-profit sector organizations and other academic departments. The exchange with members of these organizations and individuals greatly enhanced both the theoretical and applied aspects of the project.

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Staff and Consultants

Full time staff managed the day to day activities of the project, helped to focus the team, and made significant decisions on the scope and direction of technologies being developed in order to apply the research to the atlas products and the underlying framework to support them.  Programming consultants were responsible for significant design decisions as well as the large majority of software being developed in support of the research goals. Barbara George, Project Administrator, Amos Hayes, Technical Manager, Class One Technologies Inc. Programming Consultants.

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Students and Post Doctoral Fellows

Students and postdoctoral fellows were integral to the success of the Cybercartography and the New Economy Project. These individuals contributed theoretical and applied research, developed content and tools for cybercartographic atlases, and wrote papers and book chapters. Students also took leadership roles in cluster groups <link>, participated in multidisciplinary research, and were involved in managing the project.

  • Tracey P. Lauriault, Ph.D. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Jenni Beharry, Undergraduate student Dept. Geography and Environmental Studies
  • Glenn Brauen, Ph.D. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Dr. Sebastien Caquard, Post Doctoral Fellow, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Dr. Claire Dormann, Post Doctoral Fellow, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Peter Knight, Ph.D. Student, Sprott School of Business
  • Norm O'Reilly, Ph.D. Student, Sprott School of Business
  • Peter Pulsifer, Ph.D. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Arjun Mehta
  • Barbara Di Bacco
  • Michelle Rousselle
  • Lindsey Segsworth
  • Anna De Medeiros
  • Samantha Baulch, MA. in Geography (completed 2003), Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Meaghan Beirne, MA. Student, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Adam Bronsther, MA. in Psychology (completed 2004), Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab).
  • Diana DeStefano, Ph.D. in Cognitive Science (completed 2004), Centre for Applied Cognitive Research (CACR), Post Doctoral Fellow Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (completed 2005)
  • Greg Dunn, MA. in Psychology (completed 2005), Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Brian Eddy, Ph.D. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Michelle Gauthier, MA. Student, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Ilka Guttler, MA. in International Affairs (completed 2005), The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA)
  • Aida Hadziomerovic, MA. Student, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Xiuxia Liu, MA. Student (completed 2005), Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Francis MacDonnell, MA. in International Affairs (completed 2005), The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA)
  • Oksana Pidafula, MA. in International Affairs (completed 2005), The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA)
  • Elizabeth Whitworth, MA. Student, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Birgit Woods, MA. Student (completed 2005), Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Yuchai Zhou, MA. Student (completed 2005), Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Sonia Chiasson, PhD Student, Computer Science
  • Dariusz Ciach, MA. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Dr. Diana Destefano, Post Doctoral Fellow, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Chris Eaket, Ph.D. Student, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture (ICLAC)
  • Leo Ferres, Post Doctoral Fellow, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Meagan Graham, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab).
  • Lisa Hagen, MA. Student, Department of Psychology, Aviation and Cognitive Engineering Laboratory (ACE Lab)
  • Paul Jasen, Ph.D. Student, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture (ICLAC)
  • Shamima Khan, MA. Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Zhihong Li, MA. Student, Department of Computer Science, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Min Lu, MA. Student, Department of Computer Science, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Jeff McKenna, MA. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Tania Morrison, Undergratuate Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Kate Oakley, Post Doctoral Fellow, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Ken Pawliw, MA. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Karen Philp, MA. Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Esther Post, Ph.D. Student, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture (ICLAC)
  • Barry Dale Powell, MA. Student, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Aryn Pyke, Ph.D. Student, Institute for Cognitive Science, Centre for Applied Cognitive Research (CACR)
  • Sheila Narasimhan, Ph.D. Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Maria Rasouli, Ph.D. Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Shelley Roberts, Ph.D. Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Ashkan Shabnavard, Undergraduate Student, School of Industrial Design
  • Matthew Rutledge-Taylor, Ph.D. Student, Institute of Cognitive Science, Centre for Applied Cognitive Research (CACR)
  • Mark Tovey, Ph.D. Student, Institute of Cognitive Science, Aviation and Cognitive Engineering Laboratory (ACE Lab)
  • Bruce Tsuji, Ph.D. Student, Department of Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab)
  • Patricia Trbovich, Ph.D. Student, Psychology, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab),
  • Wataru Watanabe, COOP Student, Industrial Design Student on a COOP Placement, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Willow Watson, Practicum Student, Industrial Design Student on a Practicum Placement, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)
  • Ben Wright, Ph.D. Student, Film Studies and Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture (ICLAC)
  • Charlene Youssef, M.A. Student, Norman Patterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre (GCRC)

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Publications & Presentations

Books

Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). (Ed.) Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Vol. 4 in Modern Cartography Series. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 574

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Book Chapters

Araujo de Almeida, R. and Tsuji. B. (2005). Chapter 18 - Interactive Mapping for People who are Blind and Visually Impaired. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 411-431.

Baulch, S., MacDonald, R., Pulsifer, P. L. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 21 - Cybercartography for Education: The Case of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 491-515.

Caquard, S. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 12 - Art, Maps and Cybercartography: Stimulating Reflexivity Among Map Users. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 285-307.

Cartwright, W. (2005). Chapter 14 - Linking Geographical Facts with Cartographic Artefacts. In D. R. F. Taylor (ed.). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice, Amsterdam: Elsevier.331-348.

Eddy, B. G. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 3 - Exploring the Concept of Cybercartography Using The Holonic Tenets of Integral Theory. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 35-61.

Eddy, B. G. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 22- Applying a Cybercartographic-Human Interface (CHI) Model to Create a Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice, 517-540.

Gartner, G. (2005). Chapter 16 - TeleCartography: A New Means of GeoCommunication. In Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. D.R. Fraser Taylor (ed). Amsterdam: Elsevier. 373-388.

Greenspan, B. (2006). Planning as Playing: Game Maps as Utopian Science (submitted).

Greenspan, B. (2006). Remediating Cultural Transfers: An Interpassive Response. Chapter in Castillo, D.; Lusenbrink, H. J.; and Moser. W. (eds.). Transferts Culturels/CulturalTransfers. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press (forthcoming).

Greenspan, B. (2005). Chapter 13 - Mapping Play: What Cybercartographers Can Learn from Popular Culture. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 309-329.

Harrap, R., Talwar, S., Journeay, M., Grant, R., Van Ulden, J. & Denny, S. (2005). Chapter 19 - Exploring Conceptual Landscapes: The Design and Implementation of the Georgia Basin Digital Library. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 433-460.

Lauriault, T.P., Taylor, D. R. F., Pulsifer, P. L. Will Today's Internet Maps be Available Tomorrow? The Preservation and Archiving of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Through Participatory Action Research. In Peterson M. (ed.), International Perspectives on Maps and the Internet. Springer.

Lauriault, T. P. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 8 - Cybercartography and the New Economy: Collaborative Research in Action. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 181-210.

Lindgaard, G., Brown, A. & Bronsther, A. (2005). Chapter 9 - Interface Design Challenges in Virtual Space. In D. R. F. Taylor (ed.). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice, Amsterdam: Elsevier. 211-229.

Martinez, E., Reyes, C. M. (2005). Chapter 5 - Cybercartography and Society. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 99-121.

Monmonier, M. (2005). Chapter 2 - POMP and Circumstance: Plain Old Map Products in a Cybercartographic World. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 15-34.

Peterson, M. (2005). Chapter 15 - Pervasive Public Map Displays. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 349-371.

Pulsifer, P. L., Hayes, A., Fiset, J-P., Taylor, D. R. F. An Open Source Development Framework in Support of Cartographic Integration. In Peterson, M. (ed.). International Perspectives on Maps and the Internet. Springer.

Pulsifer, P. L., Caquard, S. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2006). In Cartwright, W., Peterson, M., Gartner, G. (eds) Toward A New Generation of Community Atlases - The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. In Multimedia Cartography, Second Edition. Springer -Verlag.

Pulsifer, P. L. & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 7- The Cartographer as Mediator: Cartographic Representation from Shared Geographic Information. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam, 149-179.

Pulsifer, P. L., Parush, A., Lindgaard, G., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 20 - The Development of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 461-490.

Reyes, C.M. (2005). Chapter 4 - Cybercartography from a Modelling Perspective. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 63-97.

Reyes, C. M., & Martinez, E. (2005). Chapter 6 - Technology and Culture in Cybercartography. In D. R. F. Taylor (Eds.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 123-148.

Roberts, S., Parush, A., & Lindgaard, G. (2005). Chapter 10 - Cognitive Theories and Aids to Support Navigation of Multimedia Information Space. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 231-256.

Taylor, D. R. F., Lauriault, T. P. (2006). Future Directions for Multimedia Cartography in Multimedia Cartography, second edition, Cartwright, W., Peterson, M. & Gartner, G. (eds) Springer-Verlag, second edition.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 1 - Introduction: The Theory and Practice of Cybercartography. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 1-13.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Chapter 23 - Remaining Challenges and the Future of Cybercartography. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 541-560.

Théberge, P. (2005). Chapter 17 - Sound Fragments: The Uses of Sound and Music in Interactive Media. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 389-410.

Trbovich, P., Lindgaard, G., & Dillon, D. (2005). Chapter 11 - Cybercartography: A Multimodal Approach. In D. R. F. Taylor (Ed.), Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 257-284.

CentroGeoand Wataru Watanable an Industrial Design Student working for GCRC Designed the Multimedia CDRom that Accompanies the Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). (Ed.) Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Vol. 4 in Modern Cartography Series. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 574.

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Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Brauen, G. and D. R. F. Taylor (2007). A Cybercartographic Framework for Audible Mapping.  CNC National Report on Cartography to be published as a special issue of Geomatica, 61(2), June, pp. 19-27.

Caquard, S., P.L., P., Fiset, J. P., & Taylor, D. R. F. (Forthcoming 2007). Le concept d'acte cybercartographique: Genèse d'un atlas cybercartographique de l'Antarctique. Cybergeo.

Caquard, S., Brauen, G., Wright, B., & Jasen, P. (Submitted 2006). Designing Sound in Cybercartography - From Structured Narratives to Unpredictable Sound/Image Interaction. International Journal of Geographical Information Science.

Brauen, G. (2006). Designing Interactive Sound Maps Using Scalable Vector Graphics. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41(1), 59-71.

DeStefano, D., & LeFevre, J. (2007). Cognitive Load in Hypertext Reading: A Review. Computers in Human Behavior, 23(3), pp. 1616-1641.

Dormann, C., Caquard, S., Wood, B., & Biddle, R. (2006). Role-Playing Games in Cybercartography: Multiple Perspectives and Critical Thinking. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, April 2006, 41(1), 47-58.

Eddy, B. G. (2005). Integral Geography: Space, Place and Perspective. World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution. Special Issue: Integral Ecology, 61(12), 151-163.

Eddy, B., Bonham-Carter, G. F., & Jefferson, C. W. (2005). Mineral Potential Analyzed and Mapped at Multiple Scales - A Modified Fuzzy Logic Method Using Digital Geology. GIS Applications in the Earth Sciences: Geological Association of Canada, Special Paper 44, 143-163.

Greenspan, B., Dormann, C., Eaket, C., Caquard, S., & Biddle, R. (2006). Live Hypernarrative and Cybercartography: You are Here, Now. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41(1), 35-46.

Lauriault, T. P., & Lindgaard, L. (2006). Scented Cybercartography: Exploring Possibilities. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41(1), 73-91.

Parush, A., Pulsifer, P. L., Philps, K., & Dunn. G. (2006). Understanding Through Structure: The Challenges of Informational and Navigation Architecture in Cybercartography. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41 (1), 21-34.

Reyes, M.C., Taylor, D. R. F., Marintez, E., & Lopez-Caloca, F. (2006). Geo-Cybernetics: A New Avenue of Research in Geomatics. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41(1). 7-20.

Reyes, M. C., Taylor, D. R. F., Martínez, E., & López Caloca, F. (2006, March). Geo-Cybernetics: A New Avenue of Research in Geomatics? Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41.

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Articles in Conference Proceedings

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Edited Special Editions of Scholarly Journals

Taylor, D. R. F. and S. Caquard (2006). Special Issue of Cartographica On Cybercartography 41(1), April.

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Papers & Presentations at Conferences

Caquard S. and J-P Fiset. 2007. Un  cyber cartogramme gravitationnel pour la géovisualization de proximités, In Proceedings of SAGEO Conference, Clermont-Ferrand (France), 18-19 Juin 2007, 18 p.

Caquard, S., P.L., P., Fiset, J. P., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Le concept d'acte cybercartographique: Genèse d'un atlas cybercartographique de l'Antarctique. In D. Josselin & T. Libourel (Eds.), Actes /de SAGEO' 2005/, UMR Espace (pp. 13). Avignon, France (ISBN: 2-910545-06-7), CD-ROM.

DeStefano, D., Pyke, A., Rutledge-Taylor, M., & LeFevre, J. (2005). Effects of Interruptions on Readers' Actual and Perceived Reading Performance in Hypertext, ED Media 2005, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunications, Montreal, QC, Canada, 1694-1701.

Dormann, Claire; Barr, Pippin; and Robert Biddle (2006). Humour theory and videogames: Laughter in the slaughter. In  /ACM SIGGRAPH "Sandbox" Videogame Symposium/, Boston, Massachusetts, 2006. ACM, New York.

Dormann, C., Fiset, J. P., Caquard, S., Woods, B., Hadziomerovic, A., Whitworth, E., Hayes, A., Biddle, R. (2005). Computer Games as Homework: How to Delight and Instruct, Home Oriented Informatics and Telematics Conference (pp. 9). University of York, United Kingdom, 9 pages.

Ferres, L., A. Parush, M. Rasouli, and M. Beirne. (2005). Modelling Spatial Dialogs: The Speaker Role. Proceedings of the Workshop on Spatial Language and Dialogue (1th. Workshop on Language and Space) October 23-25, 2005 Delmenhhorst, Germany.

Hagen, L., Brown, M., Herdman, C., & Bleichman, D. (2005). The Costs and Benefits of Head-Up Displays (HUDs) in Motor Vehicles. The 13th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Oklahoma City, OK, U.S.A, April.

Hadziomerovic, A. and R. Biddle 2006.  Tracking engagement in a role play game. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Academic Conference on the Future of Game Design and Technology, International Game Developers Association, London, Ontario, 2006.

Knight, P. and N. O'Reilly. 2005. Knowledge Management and Integration in NGO'S-Research in Progress. IRMA, 9th Annual Conference, May 16, 2005, San Diego, California (accepted).

Woods, B., Whitworth, E., Hadziomerovic, A., Fiset, J. P., Dormann, C., Caquard, S., Biddle, R. (2005, July). Repurposing a Computer Role Playing Game for Engaging Learning. ED-MEDIA 2005, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Montreal, QC, Canada, 4430-4435.

Lauriault, T. P. (2004). Accepted Abstract Conference: Cybercartography and the New Economy, Submitted to 7th International Conference on Work with Computing Systems - WWCS 2004 VIRTUAL SESSION. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Caquard, S., Brauen, G., & Wright, B. (2005). Exploring Sound Design in Cybercartography, XXII International Cartographic Conference (ICC 2005). A Coruna, Spain. Global Congresos, pp. 7, CD-ROM.

Dormann, C., JP Fiset, S. Caquard, B. Woods, A. Hadziomerovic, E. Whitworth, A. Hayes, and R. Biddle: Computer games as homework: How to Delight and Instruct. Home Oriented Informatics and Telematics, Proceeding, April 13-15 2005, York, UK, Springer, 245-260.

Dormann, C. (2005). Designing Engaging Educational Games: The Role of Humour, International Engagibility and Design Conference. Edinburgh, UK: HCI 2005 Proceedings Volume 2.

Dormann, C., and G. Lindgaard. 2004. Developing Innovative Systems: Creative Ideation. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Interaction: Systems, Practice and Theory, Sydney, Australia, 2004. Creativity & Cognition Studio Press, 60-85.

McKenna, J., Cooper, A. P. R., Pulsifer, P. L., Taylor, D. R. F., & Brolsman, H. (2004). Serving Antarctica: Making Topography Available on the Web, SCAR XXVIII Open Science Conference. Bremen, Germany.

Pulsifer, P.; Hayes, Amos; Fiset, J.P, and Taylor, D. R. F. (Forthcoming 2007).  An Education Outreach Atlas Based on Geospatial Infrastructures: Lessons Learned from the Development of an On-Line Polar Atlas. IPY GeoNorth Conference in Yellowknife.

Pulsifer, P., Taylor, D. R. F., Eddy, B., and T. Lauriault (2003). Cybercartography and the New Information Economy: Canada's Trade with the World and the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica, International Cartographic Conference proceedings ICC 2003, August 10-16, Durban, South Africa: International Cartographic Association, pp. 1093-1101.

Roberts, S., Parush, A., & Lindgaard, G. (2004). Navigating Hypermedia Information Spaces: Lessons Learnt From Real and Virtual Worlds,  Work With Computing Systems 2004, Khalid, H. M.; Helander, M. G.; Yeo, A.W. (eds) . Kuala Lumpur, Malaysi: Damai Sciences, pp. 616-621.

Taylor, D. R. F., Lauriault, T. P., Pulsifer, P. L. (Forthcoming Aug. 2007). Archiving and Preserving Cartographic Data: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica, International Cartographic Association (ICA) Conference in Moscow, CD-ROM.

Caquard, S. (2007). Nunaliit: Toward Community Built Cybercartographic Atlases. Presentation to Workshop on Revealing Ways of Knowing with GIS. McGill University, , Montreal, 17-19 February.

Caquard, S. (2006). Cybercartographie: Vers de nouvelles formes et fonctions cartographiques, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Montréal, QC.

Caquard, S., & DeStefano, D. (2005). Cybercartography and the New Economy, SSHRC Knowledge Project, Ideas Expo. Ottawa.

Caquard, S. (2005). From Cartography to Cybercartography: Beyond a Technological Change, Vassar College. New York.

Caquard, S. (2005). Cybercartography in the Context of Contemporary Mapping, Canadian Institute of Geomatics, Ottawa, Nov. 22.

Caquard, S., Pulsifer, P. L., Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Multiple Ways of Learning about Antarctica with Cybercartography. Joint ICC Seminar on Internet Mapping and Education, Madrid, Spain, 6-8 July.

Cartwright, W. (2005). Seminar Atlas of Canada - Is there a Future for Cartography: Multimedia Cartography. Atlas of Canada, Ottawa, Nov. 1

Cartwright, W. (2004). Using the Web for geographical storytelling using gameplaying. CAPCHI (Ottawa Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Computer & Human Interaction) meeting, Ottawa.

DeStefano, D. (2004). The Concept of Cybercartography at CAGONT (Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Dillon, R. (2004). Cybercartography Project. Atlas of Antarctica and Canada Trade Atlas, Seminar led by Georg Gartner and Andrew Frank, Geoinformation and Cartography Department, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, April 27.

Dormann, C. (2004). Antarctica Neverwinter Nights: How to Instruct and Delight, Symposium on Interaction: Systems, Practice and Theory. University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Eaket, C. (2005). Psychogeography and Cybercartography: Project murmur and the Performativity of Space, Text and City Conference. Toronto.

Eddy, B. G. and Pulsifer, P. L. (2007).  Geographical Information Theory, Cybercartography, and Spatial Data Infrastructures presentation at Natural Resources Canada, June 21 in Ottawa.

Eddy, B. G., Ciach, D., Fiset, J., Hayes, A., Powell, D., & Youssef, C. (2005). Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World: A Progress Report on Research and Development, CARTO 2005 joint conference of the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives (ACMLA) and the Canadian Cartographic Association (CCA). St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

Eddy, B. G., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Cybermapping the Enterprise: Cybercartography, Visualization and Information Management, Information Highways Conference and Showcase. Toronto.

Eddy, B. (2004). Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, March 9.

Eddy, B. G., Taylor, D. R. F., Pulsifer, P. L., & Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Cybercartography and the New Economy (CANE): Research Concepts and Challenges, CAG-CCA Conference (Canadian Association of Geographers/Canadian Cartographic Association), Cartography Atlas IV Special Session. Victoria, B.C., Canada.

Ferres, L., Parush, A., Roberts, S., & Lindgaard, G. (Forthcoming 2006). Helping People with Visual Impairments Gain Access to Graphical Information Through Natural Language: The iGraph System., To Be Presented at the 10th International Conference of Computers Helping People with Special Needs. Linz, Austria.

Fujimura, H., & Pulsifer, P. L. (2003). Data Conversion from the Antarctic Digital Database in Global Map, 2nd International Antarctic GIS Workshop Institut fur Physiche Geographie (IPG), Albert-Ludwigs-Universtaet. Freiburg, Germany.

Gartner, G. (2005). Seminar Atlas of Canada - Is There a Future for Cartography? Telecartography, Atlas of Canada, Ottawa.

Gauthier, Michelle (2005). Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Project: User-Driven Approach. Environment Canada Information Management/Information Technology Symposium, St-Souveur, Quebec.

Greenspan, B. (2006). Songlines in the Streets: Story Mapping and Itinerant Hypertext, Narrative Conference 2006. Ottawa.

Greenspan, B. (2005). Forget the True Shape of the Planet: Mapping the Anarchic Territories of Greg Egan's Distress, Poetics of Australian Space. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Greenspan, B. (2004). Planning as Playing: Post-Print Culture and the Simulated City, Print Culture and the City Conference 2004. McGill University, Montreal.

Greenspan, B. (2004). Finding the Funhouse: A Method for the Spatial Modeling.

Greenspan, B., &. (2003). Mapping the New Atlantis: Cybercartography as Popular Utopia, Paper read at Society for Utopian Studies 28th Annual Meeting, October 30, 2003. San Diego, Californi

Hayes, A., Fisher, J. P., & Brauen, G. (2006). Hands On: Cybercartographic Atlas Infrastructure, Session at the GEOTec conference. Ottawa.

Tracey P. Lauriault, Peter L. Pulsifer, D. R. Fraser Taylor, Amos Hayes, and Jean-Pierre Fiset (2007). Archiving Cybercartography Presentation, Open Geospatial Consortium Data Preservation Working Group meetings in Ottawa, April 17.

Lauriault T. P., Knight, P., & O'Reilly, N. (2006). Knowledge Sourcing, Integration and Creation Practices in Not-For-Profit and Organized Research Units: Early Stage Progress Report, Submitted to ASAC June 2006 (Administrative Sciences Association of Canada). Banff, ALTA, Canada.

Lauriault, T. P., & Craig, D. B. (2006). Do Data Access Portals, Repositories and Catalogues Preserve or Archive Geospatial and Science Data? GeoTec Event 2006, Ottawa.

Lauriault, T. P., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Geospatial Information and the Information Society: A Leadership Role for Canada. Session VI - La societe de l'information en action / The Information Society in Action, World Summit on the Information Society: Geneva 2003 - Tunis 2005 (pp. 1-331). Winnipeg, MB, Canada: Canadian Commission for UNESCO.

Lauriault, T. P., P. L. Pulsifer, B. G. Eddy, and D. R. F. Taylor. 2003. Cybercartography and the New Economy. Introduction and update. Presented to Natural Resources Canada, Atlas of Canada Content Development Team, Ottawa.

Liu, X., Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Web-based Map Transfer, CARTO 2005 - The Joint Conference of the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives (ACMLA) and the Canadian Cartographic Association (CCA). St. John's, Newfoundland.

Liu, X., Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica: Visualization for Antarctic Science. International Antarctic GIS Workshop. Wuhan, China.

Oakley, K. 2005. Emotional Landmarks. Department of Geoinformation and Cartography, Technical University of Vienna, Austria, May 24.

Parush, A., & Narasimhan, S. (2006). Testing Moving Map Algorithms, "Reality Testing" workshop, SIGCHI. Hyatt Regency, Montreal, Quebec.

Parush, A., Ferres, L., Rasouli, M., & Lindgaard, G. (2006). Impact of External Representation and Task on Graph Comprehension . Submitted to the Cognitive Society Meeting 2006.

Parush, A., & Tsuji, B. (2005). Cybercartography and Human-Computer Interaction: New Wine in Old Bottles? International Cartographic Conference ICC 2005, International Cartographic Association. A Coruna, Spain.

Philp, K., Narasimhan, S., Gauthier, M., Khan, S., Rasouli, M., Dunn, G., Lindgaard, G., Parush, A. (2006) Applying UCD in Cyber-Cartography: The Emergence of User Interface Concepts and Designs". GEOTec Event, Ottawa, Canada.

Pulsifer, Peter L. (2007). The Significant Political Implications of Geo- spatial Information in Canada's North presented at GeoTec 2007 in Calgary on May 16. 

Pulsifer, P. L. (2006). British Antarctic Survey: National Snow and Ice Data Centre, International Polar Year Data Management Workshop. World Data Centre for Glaciology, Cambridge, U.K.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2006). Canada's National Antarctic Data Centre: Recent Developments and Future Directions. SCAR Open Science Conference. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Pulsifer, P. L., Caquard, S., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2006). An Atlas For Polar Science: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica and Beyond, SCAR Open Science Conference. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Cooper, A. P. R. (2006). A Geographic Grammar for Antarctica: Features, Semantics and Ontology, Presented at the SCAR Open Science Conference. Hobart, Australia.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Antarctic Geospatial Information: Research & Development Directions Lessons from the Design of an On-Line Atlas, Geospatial Solutions for Antarctic Research Workshop. Pier 5 Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004, June 9). Communicating Antarctic Science Using Open Source Software. Paper presented at the Open Source GIS Conference 2004 & Second Annual MapServer User Meeting, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Enabling a Sensor Web, Ocean Observing System (OOS) Technical Conference 2004. Georgetown University, Georgetown, U.S.A.: Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA).

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). "Webbing the Map": The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Experience. Paper presented at the Presented to British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Sharing Ocean Science Data: A Web Services Approach, IBCSO Inaugural Meeting, SCAR XXVIII, SCAR Geographic Information Group of Experts. Bremen, Germany.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). Building a Data Infrastructure in Support of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. Paper presented at the SCAR XXVII Open Science Conference, Bremen, Germany.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004, June 9). Communicating Antarctic Science Using Open Source Software. Paper presented at the Open Source GIS Conference 2004 & Second Annual MapServer User Meeting, Ottawa. Canada.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004, July 23). The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica: Project Update. Paper presented at the Meeting of Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), Bremerhaven, Germany.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Expanding the Antarctic Master Directory, JCADM 8, XXVIII SCAR/COMNAP XVI. Bremen, Germany.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2003). The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. Paper presented at the 7th Meeting of JCADM, Federal Office for Scientific, Technical and Cultural Affairs of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2003). The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica: Towards Implementation. 2nd International Antarctic GIS Workshop (SCAR GI Technical Experts Meeting). Freiburg, Germany: Institut f. Physische Geographie Universit t Freiburg.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2003). Multidimensional Cartographic Representation for Antarctic Science, Presented to the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Development Workshop. Ottawa.

Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2003). National Nodes of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica: Towards an Antarctic Data Infrastructure. Paper presented to the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Development Workshop, Ottawa.

Rasouli, M., Philp, K., Khan, S., Dunn, G., Lindgaard, G., Parush, A. (2004). The Application of a User-Centered Design in the Development of Two Web-Based Educational Cybercartographic Atlases, Canadian Association of Geographers Ontario (CAGONT). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Roberts, S., Parush, A., & Muller, A. (2006). The Use of Geographic Metadata Catalogues: A Contextual Inquiry, Canadian Cartographers Association Conference. Ottawa.

D. R. Fraser Taylor, Tracey P. Lauriault, Peter L. Pulsifer (fortcoming July 2007) The Preservation and Archiving of Geospatial Digital Data presents at the Cambridge Conference.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2007). Maps, Mapping and Society in the Web 2.0 Era of Social Computing. Public Lecture, CentroGEO, Mexico City, January.

Taylor, D. R. F., Hayes, Lauriault, T. P., Pulsifer, P. L. (2007). Archiving Cybercartography. Presentaton to Library and Archives Canada, February 8. 

Taylor , D. R. Fraser , Tracey P. Lauriault and Peter L. Pulsifer (2006). A Case Study in Geospatial E-science: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica, presentation to ANAIR Seminario Internazionale InterPARES 2  e Seminari Nazionali sul Digitale. Archive e Digitale: Quale Futoro? Milan, Italy, December 2006.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2006). Cybercartography: A New Form of Informaton, Management, Analysis and Presentation. Health Canada Science Forum, Ottawa, October 30-21, 2006.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2006). Archiving and Preserving Geospatial Data: Some Challenges, GEOTEC 2006 Event. Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2006). Cybercartographic Atlases, Society and Government: New Directions for the Future, Mapping for the Future, GEOTEC 2006 Event. Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2006). Cybercartography - Theory and Practice: A New Book on the Future of an Old Discipline, Public Lecture, National Museum of Popular and Indigenous Culture, Mexico City, Mexico.

Taylor, D.R.F. (2006). Cybercartography and the New Economy. Presentation to Canadian Trade Commissioners at the International Trade Canada's Science and Technology Course (Ottawa).

Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Back to the Future: Challenges for the Spatial Sciences in the Information Era and the Emerging Experience Economy, Keynote address to the Spatial Science Institute Biennial Conference. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Challenges for Telecartography and Locational Based Services in the Changing Context of Contemporary Cartography. Keynote Presentation to 3rd Symposium on LBS and TeleCartography. Vienna, Austria.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice, Geosciences Australia, Government of Victoria. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

Taylor, F., Lauriault, T., Pulsifer, P., & Eddy, B. (2005). Cybercartography: Theory And Practice Theme II: Maps and Internet: Session 7, Cybercartography: The Next Step XXII International Cartographic Association (ICA) - Mapping Approaches Into A Changing World, International Cartographic Conference ICC. A Coruna, Spain.

Taylor, F., Lauriault, T. P., Caquard, S., Hayes, A. & J-P. Fiset (2005). Presentation to the Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI). Carleton University, Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F., Pulsifer, P. L., & Lauriault, T. P. (2005). Preserving and Adding Value to Scientific Data: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica, PV2005 - Ensuring Long-term Preservation and Adding Value to Scientific and Technical Data. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Taylor, D. R. F., Caquard, S., Eddy, B. G., Pulsifer, P. L., Fiset, J., Hayes, A., Lauriault. T. P. (2005). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice, Presentation to Statistics Canada. Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F., Caquard, S., Eddy, B. G., Pulsifer, P. L., Fiset, J., Hayes, A., Lauriault, T. P. (2005). The Paradigm of Cybercartography: The Centrality of Maps and Mapping in the Information Era, Presentation to the Technical University of Vienna. Vienna, Austria.

Taylor, D. R. F., Eddy, B., Lauriault, T. P., Liu, X., Pulsifer, P. L., & Woods, B. (2004). Cybercartography: A Vision for the Future, Presented at GEOIDE Summer School. Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Taylor, D. R. F., & Eddy, B. G. (2004). Cybercartography and Geomatics: The Potential for Policy Research, Presentation to Policy Research Initiative. Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). Theory of Cybercartography, International Seminar Hosted by CentroGEO. Mexico City, Mexico.

Taylor, D. R. F., Eddy, B. G., Lauriault, T. P., Liu, X., Pulsifer, P., & Woods, B. (2004). Cybercartography and the New Economy, GEOIDE Summer School. Carleton University, Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F., Eddy, B. G., Lauriault, T. P., Pulsifer, P. L., & Woods, B. (2004). Geomatics Applications in a National and International Context: Challenges and Opportunities, GEOIDE Sixth Annual Scientific Conference. Gatineau, Quebec.

Taylor, D. R. F., & Lauriault, T. P. (2004). The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica and Related Issues, 19th International CODATA (Committee on Data for Science and Technology) Conference - The Information Society: New Horizons for Science. Berlin, Germany.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2003.). Cybercartography and the New Economy, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica (IBGE). Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Taylor, D. R. F., & Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Key Note Plenary New Frontiers: GIS, Life, the Universe and Everything. International Association of Social Science Information Service and Technology (IASSIST) Strength in Numbers Conference. Ottawa University, Ottawa.

Taylor, D. R. F., & Lauriault, T. P. (2003). L'atlante Cibercartografico di Antartica: Un Esempio di Documento Scientifico. In Interpares (Ed.), Persi nell'interazione? La conservazione dell'identita', integrita' e accessibilita' dei documenti prodotti dalle arti, le scienze e e-governments in sistemi digitali dinamici. Bologna, Italy.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2003). The Concept of Cybercartography: Public lecture, University of Redlands and ESRI Staff. Redlands, CA, USA.

Theberge, P. (2005). Vakoka: The Technological Mediation of Place and Tradition in Malagasy Popular Music, Canadian Association of Geographers 2005 Conference - Special Session: "Music, Meaning and Place". University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

Tovey, M., Runnels, J., Herdman, C. M. and Brown, M. (2006). Size of feature change in change blindness in faces. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for the Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, July.

Tsuji, B. H., Hagen, L., Herdman, C., LeFevre, J., & Lindgaard, G. (2004). Two Steps into a Cybercartographic Landscape, Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario (CAGONT). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Tsuji, B. H., Lindgaard, G., & Parush, A. (2005). Landmarks for Navigators who are Visually Impaired, International Cartographic Conference (ICC). A Coruna, Spain.

Tsuji, B. (2005). Mips, Maps, and Moblogs. CAPCHI (Ottawa Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Computer & Human Interaction. Ottawa.

Woods, B., Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). Visualization of Earth Science Spatial Data for Antarctic Research as Part of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Project, XXVIII Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), Open Science Conference. Bremen, Germany.

Woods, B., Biddle, R., Caquard, S., Dormann, C., Fiset, J. P., & Hayes, A. (2004). Neverwinter Nights in Antarctica: Developing a Video Game for Affective Learning, CAGONT (Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Zhou, Y., Taylor, D. R. F., & Lauriault, T. P. (2005). Modeling and Visualizing Metadata for Geo-referenced Multimedia Data in a Geospatial Portal. Berlin, Germany.

Zhou, Y., Liu, X., Woods, B., Pulsifer, P. L., & Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). Visualization in Cybercartography, CAGONT (Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Zhou, Y., A. Parush, and S. Roberts. 2004. Presentation Partners - Visualizing Metadata. Presented to Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa.

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Reports

Dunn, G., and K. Philp. (2005). Interim Report - User Interface Interim Report, HOTLab Technical Report.

Khan, S., M. Rasouli, A. Parush, and G. Lindgaard. (2004). Requirements Specification. Ottawa: Carleton University. HOTLab Technical Report,

Khan, S., Narasimhan, S., Parush, A. (2004). Heuristic Evaluation of Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Prototype. HOTLab Technical Report, April, 2004.

Lindgaard, G., Roberts, S., Trbovich, P. & Bronsther, A. (2003). Preliminary guidelines for User Interface Design f or interactive atlases. HOTLab Technical Report, April, 2004.

Narasimhan, S. and A. Bronsther. (2004). Report Interim - Cybercartography and the New Economy Project (User Interface design/prototyping). Ottawa, Carleton University. HOTLab technical Report.

Narasimhan, S., Khan, S., Gauthier, M., Philp, K., Parush, A. (2005). Usability test of the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica High Fidelity Prototype. HOTLab Technical Report, June.

Philp, K., M. Rasouli, S. Narasimhan, and G. Lindgaard. (2003). Report - UNA - User Needs Analysis Report For Cybercartography and New Economy Project Canada's Trade with the World Product (CD-ROMs). Ottawa: Carleton University.

Rasouli, M., and K. Philp. (2003). Report UNA - User Needs Analysis Report For Cybercartography and New Economy Project "Canada's Trade with the World" Product (CD-ROMs). Ottawa, Carleton University.

Roberts, S., Trbovich, P. L., Bronsther, A., Philp, K. and Rasouli, M. (2003). Cybercartography and the New Economy. Preliminary HCI Design Guidelines for the Design of Interactive Multimedia Multimodal Applications. Human Oriented Technology Laboratory. August 1.

Zhou, Y. (2004). Guidelines - Secondary data metadata profile for the project, Programming in ArcGIS. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Zhou, Y. (2004). Presentation of Student Thesis Proposal - An Approach to Building Metadata for Georeferenced Multimedia Data. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Zhou, Y., and B. G. Eddy. (2004). Guidelines - CTW (Canada's Trade with the World) metadata Guidelines. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Zhou, Y., and T. P. Lauriault. (2003). Paper Discussion - Multimedia Metadata Discussion Paper, Geomatics and Cartographic Research. Ottawa, Carleton University: GCRC.

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Theses

Eddy, Brian (September 1, 2006). The Use of Maps and Map Metaphors for Integration in Geography: A Case Study in Mapping Indicators of Sustainability and Wellbeing, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University.

Baulch, S. (2003). MA thesis. Using an online course to foster GIS knowledge in high school students, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Beirne, MA Thesis. The Impact of Narratives on the Update and Change of Existing Cognitive Maps. Department of Psychology. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Bronsther, A. (2003). MA thesis. Is a Picture Worth A Thousand Frames of Animation? Comparing Static Graphic Tutorials to Their Animated Counterparts. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Hagen, L. 2005. MA Thesis. The Use of HUDs (Head-Up Displays) in Motor Vehicles. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Hadziomerovic, A.  2006. MA Thesis.  Engagement and Learning in a Computer Role Play Game: Neverwinter Nights in Antarctica. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Khan, S. MA Thesis. Effects of Instructor Immediacy Behaviours on Student Learning Perceptions in an Online Course, MA thesis, Department of Psychology, Carleton University.

Liu, X. 2005. MA Thesis. Object-Oriented GIS-based Modelling the Impacts of Climate Variability on the Southern Ocean Ecosystem Visualized through Elephant Seal Parameters. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University.

Whitworth, E. 2006.  Agile Experience: Communication and Collaboration in Agile Software Development Teams.  Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Woods, B. 2005. M.Sc. Thesis. Terrain Rendering Techniques and Virtual Environment Design and Implementation as Methods of Geo-Visualization towards Geo-science Education. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Zhou, Y. 2005. Thesis M.A. Profiling and Visualizing Metadata for Multimedia in a Geospatial Portal. A Case Study for the Cybercartography and the New Economy Project. Dept. Geography and Environmental Studies, Geography, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Brauen, G. Ph.D. Thesis. A Study in the Use of Sound with Cartography to Examine Canada's Trade with the World. Dept. Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University

Lauriault, T. P. Ph.D. Thesis. Cybercartographic Atlas of Peace and Development for Nagaland, Telling Age Old Stories Using New Media. Ph.D., Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Tsuji, B. Ph.D. Thesis. Multi-Modal Graph and Map Comprehension, Department of Psychology. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Runnels, J. (2006). Honours Thesis. Dismissing Implicit-Mechanisms in Change Blindness May Be Premature: Evidence From a Flicker Task With Faces. Supervised by Tovey, M.

Theus, A. 2006. Honours Thesis. Localization of Change in Letters vs Non-Letters. Supervised by Tovey, M.

Treen, C. (2006). Honours Thesis. An exploration of the impact of odour on preferences, Department of Psychology, Carleton University.

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Media Coverage and Other

Taylor, D. R. F. and Caquard, S. (2006). Cybercartography: Maps and Mapping in the Information Era. Special Issue of Cartographica on Cybercartography, 41(1), 1-5.

Beirne, M., & Parush, A. (2006). The Impact of Narratives on the Update and Change of Existing Cognitive Maps. Narrative Matters 2006 Conference. Wolfville, NS. May 24-27, 2006.

Caquard, S., and D. DeStefano. (2005). Cybercartography and the New Economy. Presented at SSHRC Knowledge Project, Ideas Expo, Chateau Laurier, Ottawa.

Hagen, L., Lafrance, M., and Herdman, C. M. (2004). Natural head movements facilitate learning in virtual environments. 2004 CRESTech Innovation Network Conference. Toronto, Ontario.

Liu, X. (2004). Poster Contest - Exploring Antarctic Geographic Information. In Presented at GIS Day. Carleton University.

Philp, K., M. Gauthier, G. Dunn, S. Narasimhan, M. Rasouli, S. Khan, A. Bronsther, A. Parush, and Lindgaard. G. (2005). Cybercartography - The Evolution of User Interface Design. Presented at Project Research Integration Meeting May 3, 2005.

Pulsifer, P. L., Hayes, A., Fiset, J-P., Caquard, S., Woods, B. and Liu, X. (2005). Interactive, Multimedia Cartography Using Open Source Mapping Technologies: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Experience. Presented at Open Source GIS Conference 2005 / Third Annual MapServer User Meeting (MUM3), June 16-18, 2005, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Richmond, J., B. Tsuji, and C. Earl. (2005). Tactile Maps of Carleton University Presented at the Canadian Cartographic Association Annual Conference, July.

Roberts, S.; Parush, A. , Zhou, Y and Muller, M. (2006). The Use of Geographic Metadata Catalogues: A Contextual Inquiry. Ottawa: GeoTec Event 2006 Conference, Ottawa.

Tsuji, B. (2004). Making Signs Talk: A Device to Assist People who are Visually Impaired. Poster presented at OCE-CITO Innovator's Showcase. Toronto, November 24.

Vergani, D. F., Benedetti, J. C., Stanganelli, Z. B., Jaume, A. L., Pulsifer, P. L. and Liu, X. (2004). Presentation & Conference Poster - Desarrollo de Sistemas de Informacion Geografica (SIG) y SIG Orientado a Objetos (SIGOO) para el modelado del Impacto de El Nino en la Region del Mar de Bellingshausen. Poster presented at V Simposio Argentino I Latinoamericano sobre Investigaciones Antarticas.

Canadian Antarctic Research Network Newsletter, article entitled $2.6 Million in Funding to Develop Cybercartographic Atlas, Vol. 15, November 2002, p. 4.

Canadian Cartographic Association Blog (2006) - Cartography writes about the Special Cartographic Issue on Cybercartography.

Canadian Cartographic Association's newsletter Cartouche No. 61, Spring 2006, under Cartographica ...What's coming in the next issue? writes about the Special Issue on Cartographica on Cybercartography with D. R. Fraser Taylor and Sebastien Caquard as guest editors, p. 19. 

Caquard, S., and D. DeStefano. (2005). Communications Document - Cybercartography and the New Economy. Distributed at SSHRC Knowledge Project, Ideas Expo, Chateau Laurier, Ottawa.

Charlotte, M. (2004). Popular Media Communication, Personal communication with P.L. Pulsifer for Antarctica Information for the BBC TV documentary series 'Massive Nature': BBC TV.

Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. (2003). Interactive Cybermaps: You'll Never Have to Ask a Stranger, Science and Technology Partnerships, October, p. 11.

Discovery Chanel.ca Staff, November 27, 2002. Cybercartography could revolutionize mapmaking. 

Dormann C, and R. Biddle. 2006. A Geo-Wiki Game for Urban Exploration and Community Participation, HOT Topics, 5 (9).[]

Earl, C. (2006). Article in Cartouche, Newsletter of the Canadian Cartographica Association - Award of Distinction for Exceptional Scholarly Contributions to Cartography, D. R. Fraser Taylor, 63 (Fall2006: 22-23.

Earl, C. (2005). Article in Cartouche, Newsletter of the Canadian Cartographic Association - Swimming iwth Scrooge McDuck, 56 (Winter 2005), 3.

Earl, C. and Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Some Thoughts on Digital Archiving, Cartouche (50). Canadian Cartographic Association[], Summer.

Eaket, C. (2005). "Locative Media." Cartouche Newsletter of the Canadian Cartographic Association 58 (Summer): 18-20.

Eaket, Chris a Cybercartography PhD student from Cultural Mediation makes it to the cover of Research Works. Read the full story! , March 16, 2006.

Eaket, Chris a Cybercartography Phd Student from Cultural Mediation is featured in Carleton University's FASSinate Newsletter - All the world's a stage... , April 23, 2006.

Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) News, Carleton University (2007). Feature on Brian Eddy's work at the Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, April 10, Charting the course for interdisciplinary language.

Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) News, Carleton University (February 2006). FASS Prof. Puts Cybercartography on Mexico's Map, article about Fraser Taylor's lecture and the lauch in Mexico of the book Cybercartography and the New Economy. 

Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) News, Carleton University (2006). Feature on Paul Jasen's Ph.D. Research - Transcending Borders with Music, November 7.

Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) News, Carleton Univeristy (2006). Feature on Glenn Brauen's PhD Research - Sounding Out New Terrain

Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FASS) News, Carleton University (2006).  Feature on Tracey P. Lauriault's PhD Research - Mapping Peace.

Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre Graduates Students, Xiuxia Liu, Birgit Woods and Yuchai Zhou are featured in Carleton University's FASSinate Newsletter - Mapping Their Future , April 22, 2006.

GEOIDE. (200). Public Relations - GAIA - GEOIDE Newsletter July 2004/Bulletin de GEOIDE juillet 2004 (The Geoide Network of Centres of Excellence Electronic Newsletter). Ottawa: GEOIDE.

Landmark: The Official Magazine of Victoria's (Australia) Information Society, Issue 24, December 2005. Article entitled Cybermaps will put old map skills on ice, about D. R. F. Taylor's keynote address to the Australian Spatial Science Institute's biennial conference in Melbourne. Article includes an inset about Dr. William Cartwright of RMT, pp. 6-8.

Lindgaard, Gitte and Theberge, Paul (2006) both Collaborators on the Cybercartography and the New Economy Project are featured in Carleton University's FASSinate Newsletter - Advancing Research.

Mabey, C. (2004). Antarctica Information for the BBC TV documentary series 'Massive Nature'. Pulsifer, P. Email, March 8.

MacLeod, Holly, 2006, The Map as Metaphor, in Natural Resources Canada Newsletter, the Source, Aug. 15.

Mason. Chris (2002). CU gets $2.6 million for cybercartography in The Charlatan, November 28, 2002, p. 2. 

Narasimhan, Sheila (2006) a Cybercartography PhD student from the HOTLab wins the coveted Microsoft Internship, and this summer she will be working in the Office Design Group as a Usability Engineer. See article in FASS News (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)

Ontario Council of University Research (2004). A New World Perspective in A Sampling of Success Stories of Federal and Provincial Investment in University Research (article on Fraser Taylor), p. 10.

Orton, Marlene (spring 2003). Mapping today's world a virtual reality in Carleton University's Research Works. Article about Chancellor's Professor Fraser Taylor and his work with the Cybercartography and the New Economy project, p. 2. 

Pulsifer, P. L. 2003. Peter Pulsifer, Carleton University will represent Canada at the 7th meeting of the Joint Committee on Antarctic Data Management (JACADM), Newsletter for the Canadian Antarctic Research Network, Vol. 16, May 2003, p.  10.

Pulsifer, P. L. 2003. Canadian Antarctic Science Data. Newsletter for the Canadian Antarctic Research Network, Vol. 17, November, p. 13.

Pulsifer, P. L. 2004. Newsletter Article - Cybercartographic Atlas. Retrieved April 1, 2004 from []Newsletter , SCAR Geoscience Standing Scientific Group, Vol. 3(1).

Pulsifer, P. L. 2005. Antarctic Data Management and Geographic Information. In Newsletter for the Canadian Antarctic Research Network. Vol 19, May 2005 p.12.

Pulsifer, P.; Taylor, D. R. F. 2007. Spatial Data  Infrastructures: Implications for Sovereignty in the Canadian Arctic. Meridian (Newsletter of the Canadian Polar Commission), Spring/Summer, pp . 1-5.

Roy, V. (2004). The New Explorer. How Cybercartography is Mapping the Information Age, Information Highways (online magazine), 11(5). Also printed in hard copy.

SCAR (Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research). 2004. Article Newsletter - GeoReach Newsletter from the SCAR Geoscience Committee: SCAR.

SCAR (Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research). April 2003. Cybercartographic Atlas Symposium, Ottawa, 2003, GeoReach, Newsletter from the SCAR Geoscience Scientific Group, Vol 2, No 4, p. 4. 

Sosten, A. (2006). Mapping the Future. Alumni News. Carleton University.

Spatial News. SSHRC funds "adventure for the mind" map project. 

Taylor, D R. Fraser and Peter L. Pulsifer (2004). Cartographic Theory and SDI in Antarctic Science: Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica, GIM International, volume  18, January 

Taylor, D. R. Fraser (2006). Write up in the 2006 Health Canada Science Forum - Keeping Our "I"s on the Future, Prof. Taylor discussed the topic of Cybercartography: A New Form of Information Management, Analysis, and Presentation.

Taylor, D. R. Fraser, The Centrality of Maps and Mapping, Response to the Nomination for the Award of Distinction for Contributions to the Field of Cartography by the Canadian Cartographic Association, June 2006 in Cartouche, Newsletter of the Canadian Cartographic Association, 63 (Fall 2006): 22-23. 

Taylor, D. R. F. (2003) and the project work appears in Carleton University's Research Review (2003). p. 18. 

Taylor, D. R. F., Pulsifer, P. and Lauriault, T. P. (2002). Project Launch. Cybercartography and the New Economy, Project Launch, Carleton University, Ottawa, November 27.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2002). Interviews with CBC, CTV, Global Television at Project Launch November 27.

Touusso, Guiuliano (winter 2003). To the ends of the earth - Mapping the Future is inset to article - Carleton University Magazine. 

Vergani, D., Pulsifer, P. L., & Fabiana, A. (2005). Analysis of El Nino Southern Oscillation Impact in the Southern Ocean: Applying Digital Cartography, Centro Nacional Patagonico (CENPAT) Puerto Madryn Argentina, GLOBEC International Newsletter. Puerto Madryn, Argentina.

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Multimedia Objects & Proof of Concepts

Biddle, R. Web Site Collaborative Tools - Project Wiki. (2004). Available from http://hot.carleton.ca/~wiki/cgi-bin/cybercat/wiki.pl .

Biddle, R., B. Greenspan, C. Dormann, C. Eaket, and S. Caquard. (2006). Research Paper - Live Hypernarrative and Cybercartography: You are Here, Now.

Brauen, G. Production Demo Published - Demo for generating flash maps from mapserver to the mapserver documentation pages Training Guides, Utilities Page Internet , (2004) [cited. Available from http://mapserver.gis.umn.edu/doc.html ; http://mapserver.gis.umn.edu/contributed.html .

Brauen, G. (2005). Student Research Object Media File - Federal Election Map with Spatially Associated Sound. Submitted for Geog 5800.

CentroGeoDesigned the Multimedia CDRom that Accompanies the Taylor, D. R. F. (2005). (Ed.) Cybercartography: Theory and Practice. Vol. 4 in Modern Cartography Series. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 574.

Dormann, C., J. P. Fiset, S. Caquard, B. Woods, A. Hadziomerovic, E. Whitworth, A. Hayes, and R. Biddle. (2005). Multimedia Object Game Mod - Ice Core Quest NeverWinter Night Game Modification.

Hagen, L. (2004). Multimedia Visualization Object - Head-Tracked vs. Joy-Stick Based Navigation Experiment Visualization. Department of Psychology, Carleton University. M.A.

Hagen, L. (2005). Multimedia Visualization Object - HUD in driving study Experiment Visualization. ACE Lab, Department of Psychology, Carleton University. M.A.

Knight, P., T. P. Lauriault and N. O'Reilly.( 2005). Multimedia Object - Online Survey Knowledge Management and Interdisciplinary Research.

Lauriault, T. P. Web Publication Knowledge Network - Cybercartography and the New Economy Knowledge Network. SSHRC 2003 Available from http://198.96.3.162/ev_en.php .

Lauriault, T. P., and A. Hayes. 2004. Web Site - Cybercartography and the New Economy, 2004/05/01/ Available from http://gcrc.carleton.ca/cne.html .

Lauriault, T. P., and A. Hayes. (2004). Web Site - Geomatics nd Cartographic Research Centre, 2004/05/01/ Available from http://gcrc.carleton.ca .

Lauriault, T. P., Watanabe, W. A. Hayes. (2005). Web Site Project Wiki - Cybercartography and the New Economy, 2004/05/01/ Available fromhttp://gcrc.carleton.ca/cne.html .

Liu, X. (2004). Multimedia Object Animation - Antarctic Sea Ice Extent. Ottawa, Carleton University: GCRC.

Liu, X. (2004). Multimedia Slide Prototype - Antarctica Seals Prototype. Ottawa, Carleton University: GCRC.

Pulsifer, P. L., and B. Woods. (2004). Multimedia Object Video - Dry Valleys Simulated Flythrough. Ottawa, Carleton University: Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre. AVI format, ms media viewer.

Pulsifer, P. L. Web Site - Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Project Web Site, 2003/05/01/ http://www.carleton.ca/gcrc/caap/ .

Tovey, M., Philp, K., Pyke, A., Narasimhan, S., Khan, K. Change blindness experiment to test localization of simultaneous stimuli (timeline, country wedges) on Territorial Claims map. Source code and modified screen shots. Coding in progress.

Tovey, M. & Theus, A. (2006). Change blindness experiment based on Smilek (2000) paradigm to test localization of letters vs. non-letters in large fields of distractors. Source code complete. Experiment in progress.

Tovey, M. & Theus A. (2005). Change blindness experiment based on Smilek (2000) paradigm to test localization of letters vs. non-letters. Experiment run and written up for Honours Thesis by Alex Theus. Source code.

Tovey, M. & Runnels, J. (2005). Change blindness experiment based on Smilek (2000) paradigm to test localization of facial stimuli 1. Run and written up for Honours Thesis by Judith Runnels. Source code & photos.

Tovey, M. & Runnels, J. (2005). Change blindness experiment based on Smilek (2000) paradigm to test localization of facial stimuli 2. Run and written up for Honours Thesis by Judith Runnels. Source code & photos.

Tovey, M. (2005). Replication of Smilek (2000) change blindness paradigm. Source code. Ran pilot.

Watanabe, W. 2005. Multimedia Object Design - Cybercartographic Atlas Of Antarctica User Interface. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada.

Watanabe, W. (2005). Multimedia Object Book CDRom - CD-ROM Design support and Layout with CentroGEO for the Cybercartography: Theory and Practice Book. Elsevier, Amsterdam. Edited by D. R. F. Taylor.

Watanabe, W. (2005). Multimedia Object Logo Design - Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica, Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World, and the Cybercartography and the New Economy Project. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada.

Watanabe, W. (2005). Multimedia Object Graphics and Web Re-Design - Cybercartography and the New Economy Project. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada.

Watson, W. (2005). Multimedia Objects Graphics and UI Design - Graphics for the Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World and related UI colouring. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada.

Woods, B., and P. Pulsifer. (2004). Multimedia Object - Multimedia Concept Slide - Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica w/Flythrough Video and Sounds.

Whitworth, E.; Brown, A.; Hadziomerovic, C.; Dormann, C.; Biddle, R., Woods, B. Caquard, S., and Brown, J. (2005). Multimedia Object - Never Winter Night Game Modification Video - Weather Balloon Quest Video.

Whitworth, E. Dormann, C., J. P. Fiset, S. Caquard, B. Woods, A. Hadziomerovic, A. Hayes, and R. Biddle. (2005). Multiemedia Object - Ice Core Quest video.

Whitworth, E., Dormann, C., J. P. Fiset, S. Caquard, B. Woods, A. Hadziomerovic, A. Hayes, and R. Biddle. (2005). Multiemedia Object Video- Krill Quest video.

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Cybercartography and the New Economy Project - Project Related Student Research

Beirne, M. (2005). MA Paper for Graduate Seminar on Aspects of Computer Use. +A Basic Human Information Processing Approach to HCI and Cybercartography, Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Brauen, G. (2004). Term Paper. Sound and Cartography. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University

Brauen, G. (2004). Term Paper. Sound in Geography and Cartography. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University

Brauen, G. (2004). Term Paper. Web-mapping Spatially Associated Sound. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University

Brauen, G. (2005). Object Media File. Federal Election Map with Spatially Associated Sound. Submitted for Geography course 5800. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University

Eddy, B. G. (2004). Comprehensive Paper. Integral Geography and Cybercartography: An Examination of Geographical Information and Communication through the Holonic Tenets of Integral Theory. Department of. Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University

de Medeiros, Anna. (2005). Project Brief, Industrial Design. Coral Reef Snorkeling Guide: Immersive Underwater Learning. School of Industrial Design, Ottawa, Carleton University, December 5.

De Medeiros, A., B. Di Bacco, A. Mehta, M. Rousselle and L. Segsworth. (2005). Student Research Presentation - Public Exam. Cybercartography: Explore, Engage, Educate. School of Industrial Design. Ottawa: Carleton University. December 8.

Di Bacco, B. (2005). Project Brief Industrial Design. The Child Cartographer Multisensory Exploratory Device. School of Industrial Design, Ottawa, Carleton University, December 5.

Goncen, E. (2005). Presentation. Second Order Cybernectics. Graduate Student Presentation from CentroGEO. Mexico City.

Gauthier, M. (2005). MA Paper for Graduate Seminar on Aspects of Computer Use. Cybercartography and Mental Models. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Graham, M. (2004). MA Project. Here There Be Queers: Cartographic Masculinity in E.M. Forster's Maurice and A Passage to India. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Hadziomerovic, A. (2006). M.A. Prospectus. Engagement and Learning in a Computer Role Play Game. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Johnston, I. (2005). Paper for Aspects of Computer Use. Social Psychology, Diversity, and the Cybercartography Project. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Khan, S. (2005). Paper for Aspects of Computer Use. Applying Information Foraging Theory to Cybercartography, Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2004). Ph.D. Field Paper. Cybercartography is an Organization of Interdisciplinary Research and Knowledge Creation in Action? Proposed Method to Study the Cybercartography and the New Economy Project. Department Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2004). Ph.D. Student Research Geography 6001 Paper. Senses and Sustainability: An Exploration into the Applicability of Olfactory, Auditory and Tactile Data Representations. Ottawa: Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University.

Liu, X.(2004). Presentation of Research M.A. Thesis - Object-Oriented GIS-based Modelling the Impacts of Climate Variability on the Southern Ocean Ecosystem: A Case Study. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Liu, X. (2004). Presentation M.A. Thesis Proposal - Object-Oriented GIS-based Modelling the Impacts of Climate Variability on the Southern Ocean Ecosystem: A Case Study. Dept. Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Mehta, A. (2005). Project Brief Industrial Design.World Tourist's Narrative Composer/Broadcaster. School of Industrial Design, Carleton University, Dec. 5.

Narasimhan, S. (2005). Paper for Graduate Seminar on Aspects of Computer Use. The Framework of Cognitive Work Analysis. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). PhD Comprehensive. The Cartographer as Mediator: Cartographic Representation from Shared Geographic Information. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Rasouli, M. (2004). Independent Study Ph.D. paper. A Framework for UNA: A Case of a Multimedia Application. Department of Psychology, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Rousselle, M. (2005). Project Brief Industrial Design. Cityquest: Engaging Device for Learning About City Secrets. School of Industrial Design, Ottawa, Carleton University, Dec. 5.

Segsworth, L. (2005). Project Brief Industrial Design. Backcountry Ski / Snowboard Guide. School of Industrial Design, Ottawa, Carleton University, Dec. 5.

Tsuji, B. (2005). Ph.D. Comprehensive Paper. Making Signs Talk. Department of Psychology, Carleton University, Ottawa.

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Presentations at Project Graduate Student Meetings

Baulch, S. (2003). Using an Online Course to Foster GIS Knowledge in High School Students - M.A. thesis.

Baulch, S. 2003. Using an Online Course to Foster GIS Knowledge in High School Students, edited by C. Geomatics and Cartographic Research. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Bronsther, A. and G. Lindgaard. (2003). A Comparison of Audio-Visual Animated Lessons to Equivalent Static Graphic Counterparts and Effects on Learning. Thesis Results.

Bronsther, A. (2003). 6th Edition Atlas of Canada - Summer Work Highlights.

DeStefano, D. (2003). Effects of Hypertext Links on Reading Processes.

Earl, C. (2003). What Makes a Good Map Good? Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Ottawa, August 13.

Eddy, B. (2003). Canada's Trade with the World. Considerations for Content Development, September 17.

Eddy, B. (2004). Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World (Concept). April 10.

Eddy, B., Guttler, I., Powell, D. and Youssef, C. (2005). Trade Ontology Workshop: An Interim Presentation on Content Development. Cybercartography and the New Economy Project, Carleton University. July 7th.

Eddy, B. (2004). Towards a Cybercartographic Human Interface Model: An Examination of Cybercartography Using the Holonic Tenets of Integral Theory. Cybercartography and the New Economy Project, Special Workshop on Theoretical Frameworks, Carleton University, June 17th.

Eddy, B. (2003). Maps and Narratives: A Fuzzy Knowledge-based Methodology for Mapping at Multiple-Scales. Carleton University. March 31.

Eddy, B. A Proposed Cybercartographic Integrated Research Framework (CIRF)+. Research Workshop on Cooperation Between Carleton University and the National Atlas of Canada, Carleton University. May 2002.

Liu, X. (2004). Object-Oriented GIS-based Modeling the Impacts of Climate Variability on the Southern Ocean Ecosystem. A Case Study. MA Thesis Proposal Presentation.

MacDonnell, F. (2003). Choosing the Optimal Visual Axes In The Trade Atlas: Save the Topographic Map for Planning your Next Canoe Trip. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Narasimhan, S. (2003). A Risk Meter for Stock Diversification in Portfolio Management. Prototype, October 1.

Pulsifer, P.L. (2004). The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Content Elements, January 21.

Rasouli, M. (In Progress). PhD Dissertation - The process of spatial knowledge acquisition: the role of navigation aids and modality.

Roberts, S., Trbovich, P. L., and Bronsther, A. (2003). Cybercartography, 22 December.

Trbovich, P. L. (2003). Ecological Interface Design. April 12.

Trbovich, P. L. Earcons, July 16.

Woods, B. (2004). M.A., Terrain Rendering Analysis for Earth Science Research. Using LIDAR Data of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, as a Case Study. Thesis Proposal, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Zhou, Y. (2003). Thesis Proposal, An Approach to Building Metadata for Georeferenced Multimedia Data, April 30.

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Presentations to Advisory Board, Project Integration Meetings, Management Team Meetings

Brauen, G. (2006). Designing Sound in Cartography. Presentation to Advisory Board. Ottawa, Carleton University, October 25.

Caquard, S. (2004). Presentation, SSHRC Mid-Term Review - Cybercartography and Theories.

Cartwright, W. (2004). Presentation to Project Integration Meeting - The Naked Cartographer.

Cartwright, W. (2004). Presentation to Research Collaborators. Multimedia, New Media and Cartography. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cartwright, W., M. Peterson, and Gartner, G. (2004). Presentation to Advisory Board Meeting November 7 as an International Collaborators. Ottawa: Carleton University.

DeStefano, D. (2003). Cognitive Science Team Presentation to Advisory Board. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Dillon, R. and G. Lindgaard. (2003). Presentation to Management Team Meeting. User Needs Analysis. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Earl C. and Tsuji, B. (2005). Tactile Maps of Carleton University: GEOG 4000. Presentation to Project Integration meeting, May, 2005.

Eddy, B. G. (2003). Presentation to Research Collaborators. Cybercartography and Integral Theory: Towards a Working Definition of 'Information'? Ottawa, Carleton University.

Eddy, B. G. (2003). Presentation Project Research Integration Meeting. Canada's Trade with the World. April 14, 2003. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Eddy, B. G. (2003). Presentation to Research Collaborators Meeting. Canada's Trade with the World UNA. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Eddy, B. G. (2004). Presentation to Project Team. Towards a Cybercartographic Human Interface Model. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Eddy, B. G. (2004). Presentation to SSHRC Mid-Term Review. Midterm Report on the Trade Atlas Research and Development.

Eddy, B. G., and F. McDonnell. (2003). Canada's Trade with the World. Presentation to Advisory Board. Advisory Board Meeting. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Gartner, G. 2003. Presentation to Reseach Collaborators. Pedestrian Navigation Services: A Multimedia Cartography Approach to Mobile Internet Applications. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Gartner, G. (2004). Presentation to Project Team. Cartographic LBS (Location Based Services) - Research and Applied Projects, Ottawa. Carleton University.

George, B. (2003). Management Report, Presentation to Advisory Board. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Greenspan, B. (2003). Presentation Management Team Meeting. Narrating Spaces, Mapping Narratives: Cybermaps as Stories. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Greenspan, B. (2003). Presentation Management Team Meeting. Hypermedia, Navigation. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Greenspan, B. (2003). Presentation to Management Team Meeting. Hypertext 4. Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Greenspan, B. (2004). Presentation SSHRC Mid-Term Review. Midterm Report from Institute For Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture ICSLAC.

Greenspan, B., P. Theberge, Post,E. and Moran, K. (2003). Presentation to Advisory Board from Hypermedia Team. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Greenspan, B. (2004). Presentation to Research Collaborators. Cybercartography and the New Economy. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Khan, S. (2006). Cybercartography: Student Research [in HOTLab]. Presentation to Advisory Board. Ottawa, Carleton University, October 25.

Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Presentation to Advisory Board. Integration, Collaboration, Communication, Dissemination, Partnerships & Archiving. Ottawa, Carleton University

Lauriault, T. P. 2003. Presentation to Project Integration Meeting. Research Integration - Demonstration, Cybercartography Examples. In Research Integration Meeting April 14, 2003. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Presentation to Research Integration, Cybercartography and the New Economy Research Integration Meetings Results. In Research Integration Meeting. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Report Interim - Collaboration SSHRC Milestone. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2004). Presentation, SSHRC Mid-Term Review. Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity.

Lauriault, T. P., Pulsifer, P. L. and Taylor, D. R. F. (2002). Presentation, SSHRC Site Visit. Cybercartography for the New Economy. In SSHRC Site Visit. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Pulsifer. (2003). Presentation Collaborators - Fall 2003 Research Collaborators Meeting. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P., D. R. F. Taylor, P. L. Pulsifer, B. G. Eddy, and B. George. (2003). Report Research Integration - Research Integration Report from Research Integration Meeting held in Ottawa with Students and Research Collaborators, April 14-15 2003. Ottawa, Carleton University: Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre.

LeFevre, J., C. M. Herdman, D. DeStefano, L. Hagen, and A. Pyke. (2003). Presentation Collaboration - Cognitive Science Team.

LeFevre, J. (2004). Presentation. SSHRC Mid-term Review. Midterm Report from CACR.

LeFevre, J. (2005). Cybercartography Update Meeting - Report from Centre for Applied Cognitive Research Presented to the May 4 2005 Integration Meeting (Project Management Meeting).

Lindgaard, G. (2003). Presentation Collaboration - HOTLab report for Cybercartography November 2003. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lindgaard, G., and R. Dillon. (2003). Presentation to Advisory Board - HotLab Contribution to the Project. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Parush, A. (2004). Presentation SSHRC Mid-Term Review. Research and development activities in the Cybercartography project.

Parush, A., S. Narasimhan, S. Khan and K. Philp. (2005). Presentation to Integration Meeting. Usability Test for the Cybercartographic Antarctic Atlas Prototype: Results and Proof of concepts, Oct. 31.

Peterson, M. (2003). Presentation Collaboration - Maps and the Internet. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2003). Presentation Project - The Cartographer as Mediator: Cartographic Representation from Shared Geographic Information. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2003). Presentation to Advisory Board. Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. In Advisory Board, edited by Geomatics and Cartographic Research. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2003). Presentation to Research Collaborators . The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Presentation SSHRC Mid-term Review. The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Presentation to Cluster Meeting - Cybercartography and the New Economy (CNE) Cluster Meeting 1.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Presentation Project - Conceptualizing The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica.

Pulsifer, P. L., and S. Baulch. (2003). Presentation Research Integration - The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L., and T. P. Lauriault. (2003). Presentation to Research Collaborators. Cartographic Research Overview. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L., T. P. Lauriault, and B. G. Eddy. (2003). Presentation to Fall 2003 Advisory Board Meeting. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Roberts, S., B. Woods, and A. Parush. (2004). Presentation to Cluster Meeting. Visualizing the Organizational Matrix or An Exercise in Non-Geographic Cartography.

Taylor, D. R. F., P. L. Pulsifer, and T. P. Lauriault. (2002). Presentation Project Launch. Cybercartography and the New Economy, SSHRC. In Project Launch, edited by Geomatics and Cartographic Research. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). Presentation SSHRC Mid-term Review - Introduction.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2004). Presentation SSHRC Mid-term Review - Concluding Remarks.

Taylor, D. R. F., S. Caquard, B. G. Eddy, P. L. Pulsifer, J. Fiset, A. Hayes, and T. P. Lauriault. (2005). Cybercartography: Theory and Practice, presented by D.R.F. Taylor to Advisory Board Meeting, November 2, 2005.

Tsuji, B. (2004). Presentation SSHRC Mid-term Review. MnMnMs Cluster.

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Workshops, Reports, Seminars, Courses

British Antarctic Survey. (March (2006). International Polar Year Data Management Workshop. Cambridge: National Snow and Ice Data Centre, International Polar Year, World Data Centre for Glaciology. Peter L. Pulsifer attended and his work and participation are discussed in the report.

Caquard, S. (2004). Multimedia Maps for Public Participation: Towards a New Conception of Cartography Applied to Water Management. Presented to Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University. Ottawa.

Caquard, S. (2005). Cybercartography: Developing different perspectives on mapping. Presented at the Founders Seminar, Department of Geography, Carleton University.

Cartwright, W. (2004). Presentation Seminar - Exploring and discovering geographical facts using geographical storytelling. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cartwright, W. (2004). Presentation Seminar - Using games strategies and games machines for geographical information exploration. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Cartwright. W. (2005). Seminar Department of Geography and Environmental Studies - Is there a future for cartography: Multimedia Cartography.

Gartner, G. (2005). Seminar Department of Geography and Environmental Studies - Is there a future for cartography: Telecartography.

Gauthier, M., Philp, K., Parush (June 2005). A. Visual design 101: Organizing Interface Layout workshop.

Hayes, A., Fiset, J. P. and Brauen, G. (2006) Hands On: Cybercartographic Atlas Infrastructure, session at the GeoTec conference . D. R. Fraser Taylor presented an introduction to the concept of cybercartography.

Hewett, T. 2004. Seminar Package - Cognitive factors in Design: Basic Phenomena in Human Memory and Problem Solving. HOTLab, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Lauriault, T. P. (2005). Presentation Seminar - Cybercartography and the New Economy: Organized Transdisciplinarity? Presented in the Sprott Seminar Series Research Colloquia to the Sprott School of Business.

Lauriault, T. P. 2005. Presentation Dept. Geography - Cybercartography and the New Economy. Presented to GEOG6001 students, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P., P. L. Pulsifer, and D. R. F. Taylor. (2003). Cybercartography for the New Economy. Presented to GEOG5800 course students and to GEOG5800b Class, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies Ottawa, Carleton University.

O'Reilly, N., and P. Knight. (2005). Presentation Seminar - KM and Knowledge Creation Best Practices in Not for Profit Organizations: Research in Progress. Presented at the Sprott Seminar to the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University

Parush, A. (2004). Fall Term Graduate Seminar - Dept. of Psychology - Psychological Aspects of Computer Use, a graduate seminar focusing on the interplay between theory, research, and practice in HCI. Students' projects focused on Cybercartography as a case study to examine various HCI theories. Prof. D. R. F. Taylor also gave a guest lecture.

Peterson, M. (2004). Animation in Cartography. Discovering New Patterns in Space and Time, presentation to Founders Seminar, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa March 26, and to Map Librarians and Faculty, June 8.

Peterson, M. (2005). Seminar Department of Geography and Environmental Studies - Is there a future for cartography: A Research Agenda.

Pulsifer, P. L., and D. R. F. Taylor. (2002). Report Workshop - Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Workshop with members of SCAR, meetings held in Ottawa. Ottawa, Carleton University: Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) Internet Site.

Tsuji, B. (2004). In DeStefano D. Psychology 3800, Introduction to cognitive psychology. Multi-Media/-Modal/-Sensory (MnMnMs) in Cybercartography. Ottawa.

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Internal Project Research Documents

Baulch, S., P. L. Pulsifer, and D. R. F. Taylor. (2003). Interim Report - Learning Modules for the Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Interim Report, Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica. In Interim Report, SSHRC Cybercartography and the New Economy. Ottawa, Carleton University: Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre.

Biddle, R., B. Greenspan, C. Dormann, C. Eaket, and S. Caquard. (2006). Research Paper - Live Hypernarrative and Cybercartography: You are Here, Now.

Bronsther, A. (2003). Multimedia Literature Review, Interim Report, HOTLab.

Bronsther, A. and Lindgaard, G. (2003). Interim Report - Cybercartography and the New Economy Multimedia Literature Review, Human Oriented Technology Laboratory.

DeStefano, D. (2004). Report Conference - Thinking with Data, Symposium on Cognition held at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. Ottawa: Carleton University.

DeStefano, D., and T. P. Lauriault. 2004. Report Research Integration - Meetings Nov. 3-4.

DeStefano, D & LeFevre, J. (2003). Interim Report 1 - Cognitive Processes in Hypertext Navigation, Centre for Applied Cognitive Research (CACR).

DeStefano, D and LeFevre, J. (2003). Interim Report 2 - Cognitive Processes in Hypertext Navigation, Centre for Applied Cognitive Research (CACR).

DeStefano, D., L. Hagen, A. Pyke, and M. R. Taylor. (2004). Research Summaries - Cybercartography - Cognitive Science Team. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Dillon, R. (2004). Travel Report, CHI04 and visit to Vienna, University of Technology, Austria. HOTLab, May 10.

Dormann, C. (2004). Report Activity - GNAMH cluster Sep-Oct. 2004.

Eddy, B. G. (2005). Production Concept Document - Cybercartography Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World - Concept Document.

Eddy, B. G. (2005). Production Model - A Geographic-Cartographic Model (GCM) for the Trade Atlas Content Development: Considerations for Implementation in the Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World.

Eddy, B. G. (2006). Research Paper - Geoinformation Entrophy: Characterizing a Potential Interface for Cybercartography and GIScience.

Eddy, B. G., I. Guttler, O. Pidufala, and F. MacDonnell. (2004). Report Interim - Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World.

Eddy, B. G., F. MacDonnell, Y. Zhou, O. Pidufala, and I. Guttler. (2004). Production Content Directory - Canada's Trade with the World: Content Development Directory. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Eddy, B. G., Y. Zhou, O. Pidufala, and I. Guttler. (2004). Production Content Directory - Research & Atlas Production Data - Canada's Trade with the World: Content Development Directory. Ottawa, Carleton University.

George, B., and T. P. Lauriault. (2004). Report on Integration Meeting - September 2004.

Graham, M. (2004). Report Final - Literature Review: Education and Electronic Games.
Greenspan, B. 2005. ICSLAC Deliverables 2005.

Hagen, L. and Herdman, C. M. (2003). Cognitive Processes in Decision Support Systems, Aviation and Cognitive Engineering (Ace Lab), 17 August.

Hagen, L., and C. M. Herdman. (2003). Report Interim - Cognitive Processes in Decision Support Systems. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Hagen, L., and C. M. Herdman. (2004). Report Interim - Proprioceptive Feedback in Virtual Environments. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Khan, S., S. Narasimhan, and A. Parush. (2004). Report Prototype Evaluation - Heuristic Evaluation of Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Prototype.

Khan, S., and A. Parush. 2006. Paper Research - Achieving Information Goals in Cybercartographic Atlases: Applying Information Foraging Theory to Cybercartography. Change to research paper and change the cover.

Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Interim Report Research Collaboration, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, Ottawa, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Report Interim - Collaboration SSHRC Milestone. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2004). Interim Report - Senses and Sustainability. An Exploration into the Applicability of Olfactory, Auditory and Tactile Data Representations, Spring 2004.

Lauriault, T. P. (2004). Report Interim - Cybercartography is an Organization of Interdisciplinary Research and Knowledge Creation in Action? Proposed Method to Study the Cybercartography and the New Economy Project. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Lauriault, T. P. (2005). Book Abstracts: Cybercartography: Theory and Practice.

Lauriault, T. P., Taylor, D. R. F., Pulsifer, P., Eddy, B., and George, B. (2003). Report - Research Integration, Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre.

Liu, X. (2004). Report Conference - International GIS Workshop on East Antarctica AntGIS04; Report: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica: Visualization for Antarctic Science. Wuhan, P.R. China.

LeFevre, J. (2005). Cybercartography Update Meeting - Report from Centre for Applied Cognitive Research Presented to the May 4 2005 Integration Meeting (Project Management Meeting).

Lindgaard, G. (2003). Presentation Collaboration - HOTLab report for Cybercartography November 2003. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Liu, X. 2004. Report Conference - International GIS Workshop on East Antarctica AntGIS04; Report: The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica: Visualization for Antarctic Science. Wuhan, P.R. China.

MacDonnell, F. (2003). Precursors to The Cybercartographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World. The History of Canadian Trade as Seen Through Maps. Interim Report. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre and The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, December 31.

MacDonnell, F. (2004). Report Interim - Precursors to The Cybercatographic Atlas of Canada's Trade with the World: The History of Canadian Trade as Seen through Maps. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Moran, K. (2003). Interim Report-Hypermedia Navigation Team Literature Review and Bibliography.

Moran, K. (2003). Abstract Research- Hypermedia & Navigation Team An Update on research progress between Jan 2003 and April 2003 for Hypertext & Navigation team. In GCRC, edited by B. Greenspan and ICSLAC. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Narasimhan, S. and Bronsther, A. (2004). Interim Report, Cybercartography and the New Economy Project (User Interface design/prototyping). Human Oriented Technology Laboratory. December 2.

Narasimhan, S. & Parush, A. (April, 2005) Perceptions and evaluation of digital map rotation schemes in PDAs. (based on the Master's Computer Science work of Eric Gervais

Narasimhan, S. and A. Parush. (2006). Research Paper - Applying Cognitive Work Analysis to Designing Multi-Disciplinary Cybercartographic Teams.

Oakley, K. (2004). Report Travel - Visit with Dr. Doug Chute.

Oakley, K. (2005). Travel Report - Seminar on Emotional Landmarks, Vienna, Austria.

Oakley, K., and G. Gartner. 2005. Research Paper - Emotional Landmarks: An alternative view of way finding.

Parush, A., & Beirne, M. (2005) Research Paper - Learning Spatial Information in Verbal or Image Form, and the Role of Prior Knowledge Recall Modality.

Post, E. (2003). Interim Report-Postcolonial Theory, Maps, and Subjectivity. Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture ICSLAC, January 10.

Post, E. (2003). Report Progress - Hypermedia & Navigation Team B Update on research progress between Jan 2003 and April 2003 for Hypertext & Navigation team. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, edited by B. Greenspan and A. a. C. Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature. Ottawa, Carleton University.

Post, E. (2004). Research Summary - Brief summary of CNE research activities (January-April 2004). Ottawa: Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Report Activity - Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica Project. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Pulsifer, P. L. (2004). Report Productivity - Activities Related to the Cybercartography for the New Economy Project for Peter L. Pulsifer. Ottawa: Carleton University.

Rasouli, M., G. Dunn, K. Philp, S. Khan, A. Bronsther, S Narasimhan, A. Parush, and G. Lindgaard. (2006). Paper Research - User-Centered Design of Educational Cybercartographic Atlases.

Roberts, S. (2003). Interim Report - Cybercartography in the New Economy Final Report. User-Related Issues of Navigation within Cybercartography. Human Oriented Technology Laboratory (HOTLab) January 10.

Roberts, S. (2003). Final Report - Cybercartography and Navigation, Interim Report, Dillon, R. and Lindgaard, G., April 30.

Taylor, D. R. F. (2003). Intellectual Framework. Research Integration, Carleton University.

Trbovich, P. L.(2003). Report Interim - Multimodal Interface Design: Literature Review Interim Report. In Interim Report, SSHRC Cybercartography and the New Economy. Ottawa, Carleton University: Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre.

Trbovich, P. L., and G. Lindgaard. (2003). Report Final - Multimodal Interface Design Literature Review. Ottawa, Carleton University: Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre.

Tovey, M. (2005). Report Interim: Cognitive Science.

Tsuji, B. 2004. Report Travel - Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) meeting.

Zhou, Y. and Lauriault, T. P. (2003). Discussion Paper, Multimedia Metadata. Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre, December 31.

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