Category Archives: Learning

Digimap for Schools adds historic map layer

Digimap for Schools has added a new historic map layer to the popular online map service, extending its potential for use in schools across a wider spectrum of the national curriculum. The new historic map layer features mapping from the … Continue reading

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Geospatial Revolution Episodes 2 and 3

You might remember a post from way back in September 2010 about a video on “The Geospatial Revolution” which had been produced by Penn State University.  Well, episodes 2 and 3 are now out. Episode 2 Episode 2 covers how … Continue reading

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Great visulisation of open data

I stummbled upon this great example of data visulisation on Twitter from @monkchips. It has been put together by the Open Knowledge Foundation and shows the energy production and consumption of European Countries from 1997-2008. The data itself is a … Continue reading

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Delve into Edinburghs past – AddressingHistory

EDINA is pleased to announce the launch of a new service today.  The JISC-funded AddressingHistory project has developed an online tool that combines historic Scottish Post Office Directories with contemporaneous maps.  As well as enabling browsing of these resources for … Continue reading

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Geospatial Revolution – A great video on location based services

This got forwarded to me and i think it is great.  Pennsylvania State University (PSU) have put together a video on the Geosptail Revolution. Well, to be accurate, they plan to have a series of four videos on the use … Continue reading

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