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Using Google Maps for Virtual Journeys

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Overview

Have you ever wanted to take your students on a journey without leaving the classroom? Perhaps you need a visual to help your students see the landscape of the places they are reading about in English or social studies. Or maybe you want your science class to take a tour that shows natural elements such as volcanos or deep sea vents. Let Google Maps take you there! In this webinar, Kim Munoz will show how to use the "my maps" feature to create an interactive tour that can include text, video, and images. In addition, she will share some examples of how this can be used in the classroom.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, August 5, 2017 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Google Intermediate, Tools for Student Projects, Virtual Learning
Tags: Digital Media, Google, Google Maps, Interactive, Maps, My Maps, Tools for 21st Century Student Projects, Tour, Virtual Learning

Reviews (51)

Full Member
+10
 
Great info. Really helpful. Thanks!
Full Member
 
Great Webinar! Very Informative. Kim Munoz is an excellent presenter. In depth overview of Google Maps and MyMaps including the tools, sharing capability and ideas for use.
Full Member
 
Can't wait for a virtual journey!
Full Member
 
Very helpful information.
Full Member
+2
 
This is useful. Thanks.
 
Some great ideas!
Full Member
+3
 
Very Informative
Full Member
 
Many great ideas-can't wait to use it with my third graders.
Full Member
 
Good Webinar. It provided clear instructions on how to use the basic functions for Google Maps.
Full Member
+4
 
I enjoyed the information, but I had trouble following along using Google Maps on another computer with this information. It looks like Google Maps has really changed how it is set up. I couldn't find a My Maps link nor could I find a create maps red button, but there was a blue create maps link. This presentation might have to be updated to match what Google Maps and its tools looks like now.
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