Who is this workshop for?
1. Educators interested in virtual reality
2. Filmmakers and photographers looking to expand into virtual reality and 360 images and photography
Have you ever wondered how to best use technology in an educational setting? Does your head spin just thinking about all of the different ways to help students learn about new places? Although we may not be able to physically travel around the world, today's technology allows us to virtually go anywhere we want! Virtual reality and GeoTools are excellent resources for any teacher looking to deepen their teaching skills. Register for this upcoming workshop to learn how to best use technology to support teaching and learning.
Content will focus on an introduction to virtual reality and 360-degree views using Google Cardboard
Participants will learn how to find 360 views, create their own 360 views, and upload/share 360 images on the web
Introduction to Google Maps, MyMaps, and other Geo-Tools that can be used in education settings, parks and recreation organizations, K-12 education, film, photography, creating virtual tours of buildings, outdoor locations and more
Participants will learn how to find and view maps online as well as create and share their own custom maps with the public.