Tag Archives: maps

Geotemporal Exhibit Builder for Collections of Archives and Artifacts

Like Omeka1? You might love Neatline. Neatline, a creation of the Scholars’s Lab, is a geo-temporal exhibit builder that uses archives and artifacts from an Omeka collection to create interactive timelines and maps. Neatline imports collections created in Omeka and … Continue reading

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The Productive Scholar: Ben Johnston on using maps in teaching.

https://mediacentral.princeton.edu/id/1_r1fdq00m Thursday, Thursday, April 19, 12:00 noon, Frist Multipurpose Room A Using Maps in Teaching with Ben Johnston In this session we will investigate the use of Google Maps and Google Earth as a teaching  tool. Google Maps have become so common on … Continue reading

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Interactive Maps with Data About the United States

National Atlas.gov is a place where you can find maps from different time periods. Along with the maps, you can add different amounts of data to see visual representations on the map. The map is interactive and at times gives … Continue reading

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Five Map Sites to View the World

I recently found this post on the Mashable site about 5 map sites that can allow you to view all over the world. Some have 3D pictures, some have video. These are great sites to use in the classroom to … Continue reading

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Google Maps Now Has Earth View

If you use Google maps and you like the 3D look and flying capabilities of Google Earth, you can now have the 3D look of Google Earth in your Google Maps. It makes it easy to switch between the two … Continue reading

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