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On March 1, 2012, OCUL launched its newest service, Scholars GeoPortal. We encourage all Ontario university students, staff and faculty to explore the site and use our online tools to discover the fascinating geospatial data on offer.

http://geo.scholarsportal.info

Background

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) has launched a new geospatial and health informatics storage and data discovery tool that, along with the social science data delivery system <odesi> , provides a portal to Ontario researchers to access numeric and spatial datasets.  The new service was made possible with support from the Government of Ontario through the OntarioBuys initiative.

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News

About Scholars GeoPortal

Who Created this Awesome Site?

Latest Release Notes

Data in Scholars GeoPortal

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Background

Teaching and Learning Resources

Scholars GeoPortal Discussion List

OCUL Members Space (requires login)

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What's New?

U of T local geospatial collection now in Scholars GeoPortal October 31, 2012

Scholars GeoPortal Officially Launched! March 1, 2012

Scholars GeoPortal Recognized by the OLA Jan 23, 2012

OPHID project launched October 7, 2011

Scholars GeoPortal Beta now available! August 25, 2011

Scholars GeoPortal Beta - Release Notes & Known Bugs Sep 19, 2011

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Press Release July 3, 2009

Related Project Announced April 7, 2011

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Scholars GeoPortal Release Notes & Known Bugs (Updated Feb 24, 2012)

Features Under Development

Metadata Best Practices Document

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Teaching and Learning Resources

The power of geographic information for teaching and learning is found in its multidisciplinary nature. More...

Resource Guide (draft version)

Updates of Interest

Happy New Year!