Mapware: Educational Applications of Geographic Information Systems
Journal of Science Education and Technology Volume 1, Number 1, ISSN 1059-0145
Analyzes the applicability to mathematics and science education of geographic information systems. Gives examples of possible applications involving aerosol detection in the atmosphere, verification of satellite images, and the Kidnet Project. Sketches out a research agenda and describes needed characteristics of the software when applied to education. (Contains 39 references.) (MDH)
Tinker, R.F. (1992). Mapware: Educational Applications of Geographic Information Systems. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 1(1), 35-48.
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