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Podcast: Kickstarter and Geography

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Tuesday, May 22nd 2012


Two weeks ago the world learned about Zombie-based Learning, a geography teaching tool envisioned by a middle school teacher from Seattle. He used crowdfunding site Kickstarter to ask the world to support his project. He had $5000 pledged in just four days. What other geography related projects, educational and otherwise, are appearing on Kickstarter? What is getting funded? What isn't?

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Show Notes

Cityographer - City Generator & Mapping Software by Joe Wetzel — Kickstarter
Balloon Mapping Kits by mathew lippincott — Kickstarter
Paintings for Satellites by Molly Dilworth — Kickstarter
Discover Projects » Search — Spatial
Discover Projects » Search — Location based
Discover Projects » Search — Geography
Discover Projects » Search — GPS
Outdoor Recreation Map of the Bob Marshall Wilderness by Amelia and Jamie — Kickstarter
Kickstarter: Zombie Based Geography Education - All Points Blog
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