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Google Earth Expedition Gallery #4 – Marrakech Land Use

This fourth entry in Digital Explorer’s Google Earth gallery is where it all started with a study of urban land use in Marrakech with pupils from Eastbury Comprehensive in 2006 on the Toubkal ’06 expedition.

rgs logo The use of Google Earth and remote blogging received an Innovative Geography Teaching Grant from the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).

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This work is also held up as a national case study by BECTA’s Next Generation Learning project.

ge link icon Download the Google Earth tour – Marrakech Land Use

You will need Google Earth to view the tour. If you don’t have Google Earth, you can download it for free:

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Contact Digital Explorer, if you would like to make a Google Earth tour for your expedition or fieldwork.

One Response to “Google Earth Expedition Gallery #4 – Marrakech Land Use”

  1. [...] Digital Explorer, we’ve loved using Google Earth on our expeditions from the Antarctic to Morocco. Also have a look at our blog post 40+ ideas on using Google Earth and Maps in the classroom and [...]

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