Teryl Magee :I think the kids will get a lot out of it! Steve Dembo:absolutely! Steve Dembo: Panoramio layer–That’s great that it will do it right from inside Google Earth. Others pop up a browser.Marie Coleman:Can’t wait to share GoogleLitTrips one with our English Department! Jennifer Dorman: Very cool. Heather Sullivan:this will be AMAZING! Meg Griffin:let us know how to contribute Jerome. This is incredible!! Elaine Plybon:students think they are having too much fun when you do a Google Earth lesson 🙂 Jennifer Dorman:Google Earth rocks! (pun intended).
Cheryl Davis:Hall, You can also add pictures from your hard drive in the description box. You don’t have to use Image Overlays to put images from your Hard drive in the Placemark description. Jerome Burg :there’s a 1 page handout on html coding for placemarks on the google lit site. Meg Griffin: great jerome!! Diana Laufenberg:one of the ways that I used GE last year was a river trip that we took on the San Juan River… it is a little scary for the parents so we fly through the whole route, showing stops, camping sites, rapids… and the parents loved that they were able to ‘see’ where the kids were going to be for four days Alix Peshette:Great idea about changing the URL at Tiny URL! Alix Peshette:OK, shameless plug for my most recent blog – All Things Google Earth http://edtechgoldrush.blogspot.com/ Diana Laufenberg :This is a discussion thread in the google for educator groups. Dean Shareski :good stuff Margo Jantzi:Gracias Ronique Hicks:Great info thanks Hall/Steve! Marie Coleman:Good learning, as always! =) Maryann Molishus:Thanks, I am "staggering" – and there wasn’t even any alchohol involved!!!! Kevin Jarrett:LOL
Handouts: Here is a pdf of the resource Word doc. Also, two pdfs of the PowerPoint. The 36 pager is the same as the 18 pager –but with bigger graphics 🙂 I had to zip some files.