By now, Google My Maps is a well-known tool for visualizing data and information. These two videos show you some uses for Google My Maps. They also show you how to collaborate, give students an authentic audience through sharing publicly, and how to quickly make edits.
Have you ever seen a data table embedded into a website and wanted to create a data spreadsheet of your own with the data? The first video shows how to quickly copy data into a spreadsheet, along with a sample of how to import that data into a Google My Map.
The second video demonstrates how you can collect student data from a research assignment to quickly create a class map that can be edited at any time and shared with the world.
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Sunday, May 31, 2020
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