Saturday, November 04, 2006

Google Earth Users Guide Project

This project was funded by the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) using an Innovative Geography Teaching Grant.
It was given funding in November 2005, and work has continued through the following 12 months. The next section of the blog below features the 100+ slides which made up the 2 x 50 minute presentations which I delivered at the University of Dundee in October 2006 as part of the Scottish Association of Geography Teachers Conference.
Enjoy the slides. I will add annotations to most of them.
Other people who were at the conference have also posted materials online, notably OLLIE BRAY and Rob Chambers, who was unfortunately unable to attend owing to serious illness while in Kenya. See the weblinks down the right hand side of the weblog.
Enjoy the presentation, and note that there is now an even newer version of Google Earth than the one I mentioned at the weekend, which features the ability to add lines and polygons to images, which was previously a feature only found in Google Earth Plus.

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