The power of maps and geographical data visualisations for telling stories about our world
Ideas on how to use Earth observation in your teaching
Dr Lisa Norton explains
Colouring London aims to collect information on every building in London, to help make the city more sustainable.
How GIS has been used to enable erosion rates to be monitored along this important section of coastline in future years
People, places and population change
Provided by ESRI and others
Written by Philip Monk.
LondonMapper: exploring a world city through census data.
Produced by Raphael Heath, Head of Geography at the Royal High School Bath, as part of an Innovative Geography Teaching Grant from the RGS-IBG.
Created for an RGS-IBG Innovative Teaching Grant, this resource is a collaboration between Paul Turner (Head of Geography at Bedales School) and Dr Adam Dennett (UCL Lecturer)
Supporting high quality fieldwork using free maps and GIS from the internet
Google Earth, the free to download satellite imagery package from Google provides an excellent starting point for students to organise and present their fieldwork data
The hi-tech geographical treasure hunt
"Geography was my favourite subject at school. I decided to study for a BSc in Environmental Science, at the University of East Anglia, which is a more focused physical geography degree"
The fluvial system: lessons using data skills
A recording of the 'Digimap for Schools for Primary Geography' CPD session in May 2020
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