Mapping from National Geographic

Mapping from National Geographic

National Geographic has a depth of cartographic resources online! We’ve been browsing their┬áselection of educational content and found several free resources we thought you would enjoy sharing with your students. Location and Place in Your Classroom Introduction...
Add Yourself to the Map

Add Yourself to the Map

Interactive maps are wonderful tools to explore data. Ever use them to find others ┬álike you in your field? Today we’re sharing a list of links to interactive maps, full of people like YOU. Whether you’re a geospatial professional, teacher or student...
Springtime: It’s for the Birds

Springtime: It’s for the Birds

It’s officially springtime, and after thinking of plants and blooms, our thoughts turn to our feathered friends returning from warmer climes. Ask your students if they’ve noticed more birds lately. Research bird migration patterns in your area and take...
Black History Month Resources

Black History Month Resources

In our search for the best online geography resources for Black History month, we discovered National Geographic’s collection of maps and content. Explore 45 links – everything from activities to articles and maps to videos. Here are some of our favorites:...