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The folks over at Geospatial Training Services have focused their last couple blog posts on their GeoChalkboard blog on Arc2Earth. The most recent was spurred on by James’ post from April titled “The Day ArcIMS Died” and focuses on rolling out web content with Arc2Earth, the other from last week looks at using Arc2Earth to
Morten commented with this great comic in response to Frank’s post about the youTube video from “Are You Smarter 5th Grader”. Interested in finding out how to keep this from happening you can check out MyWonderfulWorld.
I ran across this amusing video from a US game show. The real bright spot here is of course that the 3rd grader got the geography answer in like 10 seconds. Of course the other contestant had a…. well… a tad more trouble.
Today is a travel day so Day 4 of the Geography standards will be Thursday, but I did want to point out the efforts of various organizations such as the AAG who are calling on their membership and others to support recognition of Geography as No Child Left Behind is before congress for reauthorization. To
It never rains but it pours, so while I wait for ArcMap to finish export yet another map, I wanted to let you fellow grad students out there know about the 2008-2009 Yahoo! PhD Student Fellowships. They are looking for people in a number of areas of research related to developing/programming, but check out the
The New Media panel for the AAG in Boston (April 08) is turning out nicely and we are going with an education theme. I would like to get one more person on the panel so that I can just moderate (yup, I am that lazy) so if you are going to be at the AAG
Over in the UK a new movement has popped up…Guerrilla Geography. So far there has only been one activity so far where they have taken Geography education to the streets in Birmingham. The next event is planned for London in mid-October and future events already planned including a food fight event that I am waiting
The BBC reported on a new teaching system in Singapore that utilizes ‘mixed reality’ technologies, a combination of real world information supported through visualization using head mounted displays. They use the HMDs to interact with planets, plants, and other objects. While I think this is a great idea, I am a little confused when it
This is a incredible display by a 2 year old of geographic knowledge! The video runs rather long at 8 minutes or so, but it’s impressive to watch. This girl gets an impressive number of countries correct, some of which, sadly, I’m not sure I could find without a little work!