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Observatoire des votes en France de 1992 à 2012 - Geoclip3 | Enseigner l'Histoire-Géographie Observatoire des votes en France de 1992 à 2012 - Geoclip3 | Enseigner l'Histoire-Géographie La bande dessinée : un outil didactique pour enseigner l’histoire, Luc Guay, professeur titulaire, didactique de l’histoire et éducation à la citoyenneté, Université de Sherbrooke, Dominic Charrette, bédéiste et diplômé de la maîtrise en histoire de l’Université de Sherbrooke Qu’est-ce qui fait qu’un cours d’histoire puisse être considéré comme efficace ? Des auteurs, tant américains que québécois se sont penchés sur cette question, et ce, bien avant l’entrée en vigueur du « renouveau pédagogique » : dans les années 1990, Downey et Levstick (1991) ainsi que Martineau (1997) ont montré que la discipline qui était considérée comme la moins intéressante à étudier était… l’histoire ! Dans notre thèse de doctorat (2002),nous avons poussé l’analyse en nous interrogeant sur la matière où les élèves obtenaient les résultats les moins élevés, et devinez quoi ? C’est en histoire que les résultats sont les plus bas ! http://sphq.recitus.qc.ca/spip.php?
Annuaire de la Géomatique et des SIG > France découverte par Géoclip O3
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Flex Projector is a freeware, cross-platform application for creating custom world map projections. The intuitive interface allows users to easily modify dozens of popular world map projections—the possibilities range from slight adjustments to making completely new projections. Flex Projector is intended as a tool for practicing mapmakers and students of cartography. Flex Projector was developed by Bernhard Jenny, Institute of Cartography, ETH Zurich, with assistance from Tom Patterson, US National Park Service. These two articles provide more information about Flex Projector and the mathematics behind it:1. Flex Projector — Interactive Software for Designing World Map Projections (Cartographic Perspectives)2. Flex Projector Flex Projector
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Alpage ALPAGE (diachronic analysis of the Paris urban area: a geomatic approach) is a research program coordinated by Hélène Noizet (LAMOP), which is supported by the ANR. Based on the association of 4 laboratories, and collaboration of many partners, it brings together some twenty researchers or academics in humanities, social sciences and communication studies. These historians, geomaticians and computer scientists are building a geographic information system (GIS) about the pre-industrial Parisian area. The concluding symposium, held on 7 and 8 june 2010, ended the first phase of this program (scheduled for release in January 2013). Beyond 2011, the work is going on thanks to masters degree students and to the support of CNRS, with the TGE ADONIS. Production work data, which benefited until June 2011 supported by the CNRS, continues through individual research specific to individual researchers or students, allowing regular updating of the mapping platform. Alpage
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Gridded Population of the World - GPW v3

Gridded Population of the World - GPW v3

Introduction GPWv3 depicts the distribution of human population across the globe. GPWv3 provides globally consistent and spatially explicit human population information and data for use in research, policy making, and communications. This is a gridded, or raster, data product that renders global population data at the scale and extent required to demonstrate the spatial relationship of human populations and the environment across the globe.The purpose of GPW is to provide a spatially disaggregated population layer that is compatible with data sets from social, economic, and Earth science fields.The gridded data set is constructed from national or subnational input units (usually administrative units) of varying resolutions.
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