By Ross Tucker
Educational Potential of Google Earth
Research indicates that 40% of college students are visual learners and may even be underperforming due to a lack of visual instruction in the classroom.
The release of Google Earth has unquestionably met the demands of these learning styles by revolutionizing the visualization process. Through . . . → Read More: When in Rome, do as Google Earth does
By Daniel Oh
What is Google Earth?
Google Earth is one of the best known virtual globe programs, launched June 28, 2005 (Google, 2006). It enables any internet user who downloaded the program to gain easy access to the whole globe that closely represents the actual world, using satellite . . . → Read More: Google Earth in Education: Visual Aid and Beyond
By: Robert Greer
Climate change is a growing concerning across the globe. Duke addresses various aspects of climate change under the Nicholas School of Environmental Sciences & Policy. Professors of these courses can enhance the classroom with the visualizing capabilities of Google Earth.
A Supplement to Current Teaching Methods
Professors have the opportunity to engage . . . → Read More: Visualizing Global Climate Change