COURSES AND LIBRARY HOLDINGS
579: Graphical Methods of Data Analysis
275: History of Cartography
276: Cartographic Techniques
278: An Applications Approach to Computer Cartography
475: Thematic Cartography
478: Mapping with Microcomputers
481: Geographic Information Systems I
482: Geographic Information Systems II
483: Geographic Information Systems III
432: Analytic Methods in Public Health
502: Planning Skills: Computers, Methods and Communication
508: Geographic Information Systems for Planning
GeoScience and GIS Library Holdings
of Illinois at Chicago University Library
Collections Map collection: The Map Section supports the basic research and instructional needs of UIC by making accessible a cartographic materials collection of over 172,000 maps, 1,200 atlases, 4,000 aerial photographs, and a small collection of map-related reference books. Besides meeting the scholarly and curricular needs of faculty, students and staff, many of the cartographic materials held have been found relevant to personal and recreational interests. As the largest collection of its type available at a public university in the Chicago area, the Map Section also serves local college and university personnel, the local business community, and the general public.
In terms of holdings in GIS in the general collections and journals, the library has extensive holdings on IS, cartography, geography, urban planning, and other academic subjects related to all aspects of GIS.
The Library also has a computer workstation and plotter for members of the community to use in the creation of GIS files from government information sources.
Other significant features of Library Holdings:
* subscriptions to 16,000 serials
* access to more than 3,000 electronic resources including full-text electronic journals, indexes and abstracts,
* more than 1,000,000 federal, Illinois, and local government documents
Science Library: more than 70,000 books, 1,279 journal subscriptions, microforms, indexes and abstracts in chemistry, physics, and the biological and physical sciences.
Architecture & Art Library: books, exhibition catalogs, audiovisual materials.
the Health Sciences - Chicago, Peoria, Rockford, Urbana. LHS-Chicago
has more than 450,000 volumes and 5,000 journals. The Library
of the Health Sciences-Chicago (LHS) includes serial titles, monographs,
and audio visual materials on medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacology,
and other health-related professions. LHS serves as the Regional
Medical Library for ten midwestern states under a National Library of
Medicine contract. LHS-Chicago also has a special collections
of materials related to medical and other health-related professions.
Also, there are three other UIC health sciences libraries that support
clinical staff in Peoria, Rockford, and Urbana. All four of these
libraries are under the administrative control of the university librarian.