Google Earth is an amazing tool that brings the world closer to new audiences. Learn how to use it on your own expeditions and in the classroom.
Watch the video below to learn how teachers and expedition organisations can create virtual fieldwork using Google Earth. This video shows highlights from the Google Earth teacher training workshops run by Digital Explorer and the Royal Geographical Society.
Google Earth for schools and expeditions
This practical manual shows teachers and expeditions how to create virtual fieldwork using Google Earth. A step-by-step guide, learn how to use digital cameras and GPS units, to transform your expedition on fieldwork into a Google Earth virtual journey.
This manual is designed for people who are regular advanced users of Google Earth. It covers how to integrate field data into Google Earth, creating geo-referenced graphs as well as choropleth maps that can be used in the classroom.