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Google Earth Basics
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Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
Google Earth Basics
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Google Earth Basics

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Basic tutorial for Google Earth

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  • 1. Exploring Google Earth
  • 2. Adapted from Networked Learning http://thenetworkedlearner.wikispaces.com
  • 3. Google Earth System Requirements Networked Learning 2009
  • 4. Downloading Google Earth http://earth.google.com/
  • 5. Google Earth Program Window Search Panel Places Panel Layers Panel Tool Bars Navigation Tools Zoom Tools Coordinates, Elevation IMPORTANT : Status of refresh
  • 6. Navigation Tools Networked Learning 2009
  • 7. Google Earth Toolbar
    • Hide the Sidebar
    • Add a Placemark
    • Add a Polygon
    • Add a Path
    • Add Image Overlay
    • Record a Tour
    • Historical Imagery
    • Show Sunlight
    • Earth, Sky, Planets
    • Show Ruler
    • Email
    • Print
    • View in Google Maps
  • 8. Earth View
  • 9. What does a satellite see? Yellowstone National Park
  • 10. Sky View
  • 11. Mars View
  • 12. Moon View
  • 13. Searching for Places in Google Earth
    • Addresses (Zip Codes)
    • Business Names
    • Monuments and Parks (objects)
    • Coordinates (GPS Data)
  • 14. Working with Layers
    • 206+ layers in the primary data base
    • Major ones: roads, traffic, weather, Wikipedia, National Geographic, and global awareness.
  • 15. Layers…KISS
    • Start with just a few selected
    • Expand vs Contract
  • 16. Creating Folders to Store Searches
    • Go to the “Places”
    • Right-click on “My Places”
    • Add >> Folder
  • 17. Saving Searches
    • Click and drag found places into the folder you created
    • Make sure the folder is checked.
    • Collapse the folder
    • Highlight the folder by clicking on it.
    • Go to File >> Save As >> Save Place As
  • 18. Create Your Own Tour
    • 1. Create a series of searches
    • 2. Add a new folder in Places and name it
    • 3. Move your series of searches into that folder
    • 4. Drag to put them into desired order
  • 19. Finding and Adding Tours http://earth.google.com/tour.html
  • 20. Timely Information from GE
  • 21. .kmz & .kml files
    • These are file types that Google Earth uses to store Placemarks and Tours
  • 22. Google for Educators http://www.google.com/educators/geo.html
  • 23. Monthly Project – Land of Hope http://landofhope.wikispaces.com
  • 24. More Google Earth Tutorials http://thenetworkedlearner.wikispaces.com/Archive

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