Investigating the Virtual Landscapes of Texas
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The Virtual Landscapes of Texas digital collection consists of 60,000+ printed pages of public domain documents related to the early stages of exploration of Texas geology. The collection has been curated to preserve and widen access to primary documents and historical reviews of early Texas geologic study. In this project, I thoroughly investigated this digital collection in order to document the scope, format, ecosystem, and potential uses of the existing metadata, and develop user personas/use cases and functional requirements for the next iteration/platform. The resulting documentation will allow the collection’s stakeholders to make informed decisions about the future of the collection.
Completed as a required component of Master of Science in Information Studies.
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