Internet-Based GIS Mapping in Support of K-12 Education

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Internet-based mapping provides a powerful alternative for successfully establishing GIS technology in the K-12 education community, while simultaneously avoiding the traditional barriers associated with desktop GIS. Internet-based GIS can support standards-based inquiry methods of teaching and learning while providing basic analysis tools for studying and exploring geographic or scientific data in the classroom.

Keywords: GIS Education; Internet-based GIS; K-12 GIS

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: The University of Kansas

Publication date: February 1, 2005

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