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Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create Custom Maps on My Maps (Formerly Google Maps Engine Lite)

Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create Custom Maps on My Maps (Formerly Google Maps Engine Lite)

Maps Engine Lite could be a great tool to use to introduce students to using GIS to interpret data and make decisions based on that data.

Maps Engine Lite could be a great tool to use to introduce students to using GIS to interpret data and make decisions based on that data.

Have you ever tried using Google forms in your classroom? This step by step guide to creating a form to go with task card sets will change your life!

Using Google Forms with Task Cards

In the education world, as a whole, we are working on making the move to be more digital. This means going paperless. As a teacher, I love the concept of being paperless, but the actuality of it didn'

Create a Lab / Room Scheduler in Google Sheets

Create a Lab / Room Scheduler in Google Sheets

Google's free course Mapping With Google, is a self-paced course beginning on June 10. The course will feature video and text tutorials on the features of #Google_Maps, #Google_Earth, and Google Maps Engine Lite.

Google's free course Mapping With Google, is a self-paced course beginning on June 10. The course will feature video and text tutorials on the features of #Google_Maps, #Google_Earth, and Google Maps Engine Lite.

One of the common concerns or question that I hear from educators about using Google services revolves around the question of "can I get my information out of Google?" The answer is yes. At the #GoogleTakeout site you can create an offline archive of your data. To do so just visit Google Takeout and select the service(s) you want to archive.

One of the common concerns or question that I hear from educators about using Google services revolves around the question of "can I get my information out of Google?" The answer is yes. At the #GoogleTakeout site you can create an offline archive of your data. To do so just visit Google Takeout and select the service(s) you want to archive.

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