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Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping
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Engaging Students with Interactive Web-Based Mapping

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Presented at GIS Educators Day NEArc 2011 on November 13, 2011 by Curtis Denton and Michael Howser

Presented at GIS Educators Day NEArc 2011 on November 13, 2011 by Curtis Denton and Michael Howser

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  • 1. Engaging Students withInteractive, Web-based Mapping Curtis Denton and Michael Howser University of Connecticut Jack Dougherty Trinity College MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 2. Outline•  Why Interactive mapping?•  Engaging students with spatial concepts•  On the Line: Examples of interactive maps for student engagement•  Tools and resources for creating interactive maps for the classroom MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 3. While this looks fun…It’s  only  engaging  to  a  select  few.     MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 4. Better….but  s4ll  capturing  that  same  crowd.   MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 5. Is this more engaging?1934   2008   MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 6. Interactive is essential•  Print maps are great… but do not capture the attention spans of today’s students•  Examine curriculum topics from –  Spatial perspective –  Temporal perspective•  Integrate data from multiple sources •  Ex. Fault lines, earthquakes, and population data•  Interactive ≠ expensive or difficult MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 7. Spatial and Temporal ContextWhat  do  the  following  items  have  in  common?   June  1   MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 8. Does this help? MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 9. Static to Dynamic! MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
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  • 12. Infusion of Interactive in the Classroom•  Don’t teach the technology, teach with the technology•  Contextualization –  Spatial –  Temporal•  Relate to local/familiar areas MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 13. On the LineA collaborative approach to interactive maps MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 14. What is On the Line? MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 15. Tools used to create interactive maps for On the LineResources Used Requirements•  Google Maps API •  Interactive tools must•  Google Fusion Tables be platform apple,•  ArcGIS.com windows, and mobile friendly•  HistoryPin •  No special plug-ins •  Free MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 16. Google Maps API•  Search address tool•  Pan•  Zoom•  Switch between layers•  Linked views•  Linked zooms•  Linked documents•  Time sliders MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 17. Making Maps with Google Maps MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 18. Google MapsMAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 19. What is Google Maps?•  Address searchable•  Point-to-point addressing•  Research public transits options and yellow pages listings MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 20. Things you can do!•  Explore locations•  Compare•  Create maps! MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 21. Making your own maps!•  MyMaps –  Placemarks (points) –  Lines –  Shape (polygons) –  embed photos & videos –  Import KML’s•  Share•  Collaborate MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 22. Exploring the World with Google Earth MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 23. Google EarthMAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 24. What is Google Earth?•  Travel the world•  Satellite imagery•  Maps•  Terrain•  3D buildings•  Embed pictures and videos•  Create tours•  Access to diverse geographic data MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 25. Import data•  Overlay imagery (BMP, DDS, GIF, JPG, PGM, PNG, PPM, TGA, TIFF)•  KML (Keyhole Markup Language) data•  Import GPS data•  Embed photos and videos MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 26. Explore the urban landscape MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 27. Explore the environment MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 28. Access existing content MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 29. Explore the past MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
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  • 31. Google Fusion TablesWhat is it, and how can it be used in the classroom? MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 32. What is Google Fusion Tables?•  Web based interface for uploading, managing, and visualizing large datasets•  Builds upon Google Docs and Google Maps•  Includes API to develop custom interfaces•  Enables sharing of large datasets MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 33. Accessing Google Fusion Tables hAp://www.google.com/fusiontables   MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 34. Importing Data•  Data formats supported include: –  Spreadsheets (.csv, .tsv, or .txt) –  Microsoft Excel –  Google Docs Spreadsheets –  KML Files (not KMZ) MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
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  • 36. Google Fusion Example: 2010 Census in Texas MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 37. Google Fusion Example:Poverty by School District MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 38. Making Maps Online with ArcGIS.com MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 39. What is ArcGIS.com?•  Web-based map creation interface•  Enables collaborative map creation•  Users can contribute data to share via ArcGIS.com•  Free! MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 40. Importing Data•  Data formats supported include: –  Spreadsheets (.csv, .txt) –  Shapefiles (.zip) – WGS84 projection –  GPS files (GPX) La8tude  field   Longitude  field   la8tude   longitude   lat   long   y   x   ycenter   xcenter   point-­‐y   point-­‐x   MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 41. Adding Data from the Web•  Data can be imported from the following: –  ArcGIS Server Web Service –  OGC Web Service (WMS) –  KML file (Google Earth) MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 42. ArcGIS Example from GalleryArcGIS.com   MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 43. Special Thanks!•  Jack Dougherty, Katie Campbell, and Jean-Pierre Haeberly (Trinity College)•  National Endowment for the Humanities•  Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection•  Office of Policy and Management•  University of Connecticut: Department of Geography, Libraries, Libraries IT Services, MAGIC, CLEAR, Department of Natural Resources•  Connecticut Geographic Alliance•  U.S. Census Bureau, Boston Regional Office MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 44. Explore moreExplore, contribute, comment at: http://ontheline.trincoll.edu MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu
  • 45. Questions?Map and Geographic Information Center – MAGIC &Connecticut State Data Centerat the University of Connecticut Libraries369 Fairfield WayPhone: 860-486-4589E-mail: magic@uconn.edu or ctsdc@uconn.edu MAGIC – magic.lib.uconn.edu

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