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Analyzing Our World Using GIS: Our World GIS Education, Level 3

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The third volume in the Our World GIS Education series promotes inquiry-based learning in world geography and other disciplines through the use of geographic information systems (GIS), a technology that combines interactive mapping software and geographic data with students' natural curiosity about the world. Analyzing Our World Using GIS combines the open-ended exploration inherent in GIS with the structure of nationally standardized course content, classroom activities, teacher notes, student handouts, and assessments. The book and accompanying materials help both GIS novices and experienced users conduct far-ranging geographic exploration. From ESRI Press, 2008.

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