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Google Earth in the Core Curriculum

Google Earth (GE)

Don't let the image of a Google Earth logo scare you! Google Earth is free tool that chanced how we teach geography, geology, and even literature books! !

Google Earth is a free, downloadable application that works as a browser for all sorts of information of Earth. It uses satellite imagery to grab, spin, pan, tilt and zoom down to any place on Earth. Students can explore every corner of the globe, measure distances,
create their own virtual tours, and share their tours with others. You can also create and download layers of information and view them in geographic context. (taken from the West Ed document explaining Google Earth).

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Google Earth Tutorials

Advanced Links- cool stuff for advanced GE users