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Mapping for students - National Science Week Event and Competition

Discussion in 'Australia - Staffroom' started by ShonaChisholm, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. ShonaChisholm

    ShonaChisholm New commenter

    Hey Teachers!
    Do you want your students to learn more about maps, location data and how they are used? And want to show them how they can build maps themselves?

    As part of National Science Week, HERE Technologies are running an educational workshop and mapping competition. Maps and location data are key elements of many important innovations such as smart cities, automated driving, transport and logistics and much more. They can also simply be used as a story telling medium.

    Students will learn how to easily create a map using a FREE online platform we call HERE Studio, and have the chance to win prizes.

    For the educational workshop, please register (or ask your students to register) here:
    https://www.scienceweek.net.au/event/location-information-mapping-and-their-future/


    Register or refer your students to the competition web page here:
    https://www.scienceweek.net.au/even...tion-build-an-interactive-map-and-win-prizes/

    Happy to answer questions, or arrange custom workshops if you are interested in exploring mapping further with your primary or secondary students.
     

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