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Title: Innovations in and the changing landscape of geography education with Geographic Information Systems
Author(s): Rickles, P., Ellul, C.
Title: The Future of Geospatial Education

Rickles, P

Title: Exploring new ways of digital engagement: a study on how mobilemapping and applications can contribute to disaster preparedness
Author(s): Fagg, G., Verrucci, E., Rickles, P.
Title: Investigating approaches to improving rendering performance of 3D city models on mobile devices
Author(s): Ellul, C., Altenbuchner, J.
Title: From 3D City Modelling to 3D Country Modelling: First Tests on Scale-Dependent Rendering on Mobile Devices
Author(s): Ellul, C., Altenbuchner, J.
Title: Privacy-preserving computation of participatory noise maps in the cloud
Author(s): Drosatos, G., Efraimidis, P.S., Athanasiadis, I.N., Stevens, M., D'Hondt, E.
Title: Taking Participatory Citizen Science to Extremes
Author(s): Stevens, M., Vitos, M., Altenbuchner, A., Conquest, G., Lewis, J., Haklay, M.
Title: Does wellbeing correlate with pro-environmental behaviours (within Volunteering Impacts)
Author(s): Seymour, V.
Title: A Preliminary Investigation into the Challenges of Learning GIS in Interdisciplinary Research
Author(s): Rickles, P. Ellul, C.
Title: Identifying Important Geographic Information System Concepts in Interdisciplinary Research: An Analysis of Google Scholar
Author(s): Rickles, P. Ellul, C.
Title: Using Free and Open Source GIS to Automatically Create Standards-Based Metadata in Academia
Author(s): Ellul, C., Tamash, N., Xian, F., Stuiver, J., Rickles, P.
Title: Crowdsourced Geographic Information Use in Government
Author(s): Haklay, M., Antoniou, V., Basiouka, S., Soden, R., Mooney, P.
Title: Developing an agent based evacuation simulation model based on the study of human behaviour in fire investigation reports
Author(s): Roan, T.
Title: Crowdsourced geodata and the semantic web: a use case
Author(s): Gliozzo, G.
Title: Designing for the Space of Emotion
Author(s): Nold, C.
Title: LOD 1 vs. LOD 2 - Preliminary Investigations into Differences in Mobile Rendering Performance
Author(s): Ellul, C., Altenbuchner, J.
Title: Community Mapping by non-literate Citizen Scientists in the Rainforest
Author(s): Vitos, M., Stevens, M., Lewis, J., Haklay, M.
Title: Participatory noise mapping works! An evaluation of participatory sensing as an alternative to standard techniques for environmental monitoring
Author(s): D'Hondt, E., Stevens, M., Jacobs, A.
Title: Using space syntax and historical land-use data to interrogate narratives of high street 'decline' in two Greater London suburbs
Author(s): Griffiths, S., Dhanani, A., Ellul, C., Haklay, M., Jeevendrampillai, D., Nikolova, N., Rickles, P.
Title: Growing a Commons Food Regime: Theory and Practice
Author(s): Chang, M.
Title: Guidelines for trust interface design for public engagement Web GIS
Author(s): Skarlatidou, A., Cheng, T., Haklay, M.
Title: An approach towards considering users' requirements in transport data visualisation
Author(s): Tanaksaranond, G., Skarlatidou, A., Cheng, T.
Title: Participatory monitoring of poaching in the Congo basin
Author(s): Stevens, M., Vitos, M., Lewis, J., Haklay, M.
Title: Making local knowledge matter: Supporting non-literate people to monitor poaching in Congo
Author(s): Vitos, M., Stevens, M., Lewis, J., Haklay, M.
Title: Neogeography and the delusion of democratisation
Author(s): Haklay, M.
Title: Technological leapfrogging in the Congo basin, pygmies and global positioning systems in central Africa: What has happened and where is it going?
Author(s): Lewis, J.
Title: Accessible technologies and FPIC: independent monitoring with forest communities in Cameroon
Author(s): Lewis, J., Nkuintchua, T.
Title: La percezione della sicurezza dello spazio pubblico: un contributo applicativo dei GIS
Author(s): Gliozzo, G., La Rosa, D.
Title: Geographic Information Science and Public Participation: Book Review
Author(s): Regalado, C.
Title: In conversation with Christian Nold author of Emotional Cartography (ebook)
Author(s): Shumack, K.
Title: Emotional Cartography
Author(s): Nold, C.
Title: Transport mapping: emotional cartography, mobility and the body politics of place
Author(s): Crabtree, L, Nold, C., Shumack, K, Tuckwell, J.
Title: Biotagging Manchester: Interdisciplinary Exploration of Biodiversity
Author(s): Nold, C., Tweddle, J., Ellis, R., Hemment, D., Wynne, B.
Title: The Internet of People for a Post-Oil World
Author(s): Nold, C., Kranenburg, R.
Title: Community memories for sustainable societies: The case of environmental noise
Author(s): Stevens, M.
Title: Discriminant Analysis for Assigning Short-Term Counts to Seasonal Adjustment Factor Groupings
Author(s): Tsapakis, I., Schneider, W.H., Bobol, A.S.Z., Skarlatidou, A.
Title: Trust in web geographical information systems for public participation
Author(s): Skarlatidou, A.
Title: Spatial access to healthcare: exploring the provision of local services
Author(s): Lewis, D.J.
Title: What do lay people want to know about the disposal of nuclear waste? A mental model approach to the design and development of an online risk communication
Author(s): Skarlatidou, A., Cheng, T., Haklay, M.
Title: Assessing Data Completeness of VGI through an Automated Matching Procedure for Linear Data
Author(s): Koukoletsos, T., Haklay, M., Ellul, C.
Title: Citizen Science and Volunteered Geographic Information - overview and typology of participation
Author(s): Haklay, M.
Title: A Flexible Database-Centric Platform for Citizen Science Data Capture
Author(s): Ellul, C., Francis, L., Haklay, M.
Title: Trust in Web GIS: The role of the trustee attributes in the design of trustworthy Web GIS applications
Author(s): Skarlatidou, A., Haklay, M., Cheng, T.
Title: Understanding the influence of specific Web GIS attributes in the formation of non-experts' trust perceptions
Author(s): Cheng, T., Skarlatidou, A., Wardlaw, J., Haklay, M.
Title: A step towards the improvement of spatial data quality of Web 2.0 geo-applications: the case of OpenStreetMap
Author(s): Antoniou, V., Haklay, M., Morley, J.
Title: Mapping for Change
Author(s): Haklay, M., Francis, L., Rahemtulla, H., Ellul, C.
Title: Web 2.0 geotagged photos: Assessing the spatial dimension of the phenomenon
Author(s): Antoniou, B., Haklay, M., Morley, J.
Title: How good is volunteered geographical information? A comparative study of OpenStreetMap and Ordnance Survey datasets
Author(s): Haklay, M.
Title: How Many Volunteers Does it Take to Map an Area Well?
Author(s): Haklay, M., Basiouka, S., Antoniou, V., Ather, A.
Title: Planning Alerts for Community Maps
Author: Liu, Y., Ellul, C., Haklay, M.
Title: Beyond the Internet - Increasing Participation in Community Events by Text Messaging
Author(s): Ellul, C., Rahemtulla, H., Haklay, M.
Title: Improving the London Green Map - Comparing Approaches to Displaying Large Numbers of Points in Google Maps
Author(s): Ellul, C., Marteau, F., Haklay, M.
Title: A Mechanism to Create Community Maps for Non-Technical Users
Author(s): Ellul, C., Haklay, M., Francis, L., Rahemtulla, H.
Title: Feeling the Way: Emotional Mapping
Author(s): Lewis, D.J., Nold, C., Haklay, M.
Title: Empowering Individuals and Community Groups - is Web GIS the Way Forward?
Author(s): Haklay, M., Francis, L.
Title: Noise Mapping Helps Citizens Take Action
Author(s): Haklay, M., Francis, L., Whitaker, C.
Title: OpenStreetMap - User Generated Street Map
Author(s): Haklay, M., Weber, P.
Title: A Mobile Spatial Messaging Service for a Grassroots Environmental Network
Author(s): Rahemtulla, H.A., Haklay, M., Longley, P.A.
Title: Web mapping 2.0: the Neogeography of Geoweb
Author(s): Haklay, M., Singleton, A., Parker, C.
Title: Usability Evaluation and PPGIS: Towards a User-Centred Approach
Author(s): Haklay, M., Tobón, C.
Title: Public Access to Environmental Information: Past, Present and Future
Author(s): Haklay, M.
Title: The Potential for Public Participation GIS in UK Environmental Planning: Appraisals by Active Publics
Author(s): Harrison C.M., Haklay, M.
Title: Public Environmental information - Understanding Requirements and Patterns of Likely Public Use
Author(s): Haklay, M.
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