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Tour Builder Important: As of July 2021, Google Tour Builder is no longer available. On July 15, 2021, Tour Builder was shut down and the following associated data will be deleted: Links to tours that you created or were shared with you Publicly available tours Information in the Tour Builder Gallery If you want to create new 3D maps and stories about places that matter to you, use the expanded functionality of Google Earth’s creation tools. With Google Drive, you can collaborate with others on any projects you create in Google Earth. About Tour Builder When Tour Builder launched in 2013, Google wanted to share a web-based tool that made it easy to add and share photos and videos to a sequence of locations on Earth. With Projects, you can turn our digital globe into your own storytelling canvas and collaborate with others through Google Drive. Learn about Google Earth & Google Earth Pro You can learn more with the Google Earth help center articles and frequently asked questions.

Lining, Interlining and Underlining: Purpose and Fabric Choices Lining, interlining and underlinin g are all techniques available to those of us who make our own clothes. Personally, I love a lined garment. Do not use these terms interchangeably. Lining is essentially a second inner-garment made of thin material that is sewn inside-to-inside so that all seams are hidden. It provides warmth and a smooth drape.

Map: How the world’s countries compare on income inequality (the U.S. ranks below Nigeria) Bluer countries have better income equality. Redder countries are more unequal. Data: CGDev, DIIS. (Max Fisher/The Washington Post) The way we measure income inequality is changing. After years of relying on a complicated metric called the Gini coefficient, some economists argue that we should adopt the Palma ratio, which measures the gap between the rich and the poor in a society. In the map up top, I've illustrated the latest data on income inequality around the world, as measured by the Palma. The countries that come out looking best include, no surprise, the usual suspects of Northern Europe. The countries with the highest income inequality are, by far, those of Latin America and the southern tip of Africa. The United States doesn't come out of this comparison looking great. The data offer a reminder that the United States might enjoy greater economic equality than much of the world, but it is at the bottom end of the developed world.

Historypin Map of Our Tribal Nations Change zoom level - Google Maps Help You can make the map easier to see and read by making the map and text bigger. This isn't the same as zooming into the map to get a closer look. You can zoom just within the map without changing text size. Use the (+) and (-) buttons in the bottom right corner of the map. To change the size of the map including the text, follow the instructions below. Change the map and text size You can make the text and map larger or smaller. Here are two examples: Reset your map and text size If you made your map and text bigger or smaller, here’s how to reset it to the Google Maps default: Open Google Maps. NatGeo Mapmaker Interactive Customize the map and save it to make it your own with bookmarks, drawings, labels, and more. To save your map, you will need to enter your email address and the system will send you a set of links to use to edit and share your map.

Home page,Bountiful Gardens website,Bountiful Gardens home 5 Sites That Will Change How You See The World Think you know what the world looks like? Think again. Today’s Cool Websites and Apps has five sites that give you a new perspective on the world we live in. The Internet makes it possible to learn all kinds of things about the world, be it from connecting with people across the planet or just by learning new information. You can find new ways to compare your country with others, or discover how rich you are compared to the world, and generally just become more aware of how the world you live on works. Let’s look at five sites that can teach us just a little bit more – it’s going to be fun. True Size Of: Compare Countries by Size, Without Distortion Representing the surface of a spherical object – like our planet – on a flat surface – like a paper map – means a few things are going to be distorted. Even so, it’s really easy to forget the ways in which things are distorted – until you can visualize them. Because this map is adjusted for the shortcomings of The Mercator Projection.

Cinco herramientas sorprendentes para crear mapas históricos geolocalizados - aulaPlaneta Los mapas siempre han sido una herramienta fundamental en el estudio de la Historia. Gracias a ellos, los alumnos han podido situar geográficamente las batallas, la evolución de las fronteras o los viajes y rutas que han cambiado la historia. Como en otras materias, las TIC han revolucionado la manera de consultar y elaborar estos mapas, accesibles ahora desde cualquier lugar. Te recomendamos cinco herramientas sorprendentes para que tus alumnos aprendan a crear y puedan consultar mapas históricos geolocalizados. Situar acontecimientos, incluir información, completar mapas a base de fotos de otras épocas… estas son algunas de las posibilidades que ofrecen estas nuevas herramientas para crear mapas históricos interactivos: 1. Puedes incluir estos y otros recursos que consideres interesantes en tu Cuaderno del Profesor y en los Cuadernos de Estudio digitales de aulaPlaneta, para que tus alumnos los utilicen en clase. ¿Qué te parecen estos recursos?