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I just got back from ISTE 2017 in San Antonio Texas. Saw some really cool things with emergent technology that I’d like to report on. Specifically, I was excited about some of the augmented reality products that I see coming and becoming increasingly…

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The big news in April was the release of a new version of Google Earth. It is browser based, and currently only available in Google Chrome and as an Android App. At the current point in time it is missing some major features, including ‘historical imagery’ and the ability to create content. But, we must realise that it is still in development and Google has indicated that those features and more will be coming.

https://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2017/04/best-google-earth-april-2017.html

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27 April 2017

The Google Geo Teacher Institute is always an incredible event. The GREAT news is that it is FREE.

The IMPORTANT news is that there is a limit on number of applications to be selected. SOOOO...

If you can get yourself here and have a place to stay, everything else is FREE. Including Breakfast and Lunch! And, if you haven't been to the GOOGLEPLEX in Mountain View, California. Oh Wow. What an experience!

This year will be beyond special as Google has been hard at work bringing Google Earth and other mapping tools to new levels of exquisite!

And yes, it's true! Google Earth on Chromebooks!!!

And, of course, besides all kinds of Google Lit Trips news, we'll be sharing incredible ways to bring Geo education to all curricular areas; all grade levels, and all passionate educators.

~ www.GoogleLitTrips.org ~
brought to you by GLT Global ED | Google Lit Trips, an educational nonprofit

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Westwood High School students "Trusted Testers" for the new Google Earth.
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