How do you make a map? The process of creating maps is often too complicated for students. This article provides the 11 best web tools to simplify and enhance this process, leading to more engaged learning experiences.
The “umapper” is an open-source tool that allows users to create educational maps with students. The tool was created by the University of Michigan and it can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used for teaching, learning, or even as a portfolio piece.
10th of February, 2014 I’ve compiled a list of several helpful map-making online tools that I’ve been working on over the weekend. Consider these applications to be strong alternatives to Google Maps and Google Earth. Apart from being basic and easy to use, all of these apps have one thing in common: they are all web-based and therefore do not need any software download.
Mapfaire is an online application that enables you to build many types of maps. You may identify places with placemarks and add them to your map. The finished map may be shared with others once it has been released. While there is no need to register with Mapfaire, you must check in using your Google Account.
Online maps are simple to build, maintain, share, and monetize using UMapper. You may use UMapper to build interactive maps and geogames, distribute them to various locations, and monitor their use in detail. 3- Animaps Animaps Animaps Anima
Animaps enhances Google Maps’ My Maps function by allowing you to build maps with moving markers, pictures and text that appear on demand, and lines and forms that alter over time. When you share your Animap to others, it appears as a video, which they can play, stop, slow down, and speed up.
4- Map of the World
The Center for Geographic Analysis (CGA) at Harvard created World Map, an application that enables users to generate mapped data visualizations. All of World Map’s maps may be integrated into other websites or blogs. World Map also has a number of video lessons to assist you in getting started on your map.
MapFab is a Google maps editor that allows you to quickly build and share Google maps.
The “open source world map” is a tool that allows students to create maps and share them with the world. The tool has been used in classrooms for decades, but also has many other uses.
- google my maps
- scribble maps
- harvard world map
- world oil and gas map