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Google Arts & Culture: The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks artsandculture.google.com/project/ national-park-service


“NO NEED FOR A PASSPORT OR EVEN FIELD TRIP FORMS! FROM A CURRICULUM PERSPECTIVE, YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE EACH FIELD TRIP TO COMPLIMENT ANY CURRICULUM THROUGH YOUR LESSON PLANS. YOU CAN CONNECT WITH COMMUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD AND BRING A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE TO YOUR STUDENTS.”


Parliament: The Virtual Field Trip learn.parl.ca/sites/Learn/default/ en_CA/ClassroomExperience


Using 360° videos, this virtual tour brings Parliament to life with high-quality images, visual effects and educational narration. The site also includes teacher resources and les- son plans that give educators the flexibility to adapt the lessons to suit their curriculum needs. Students can watch these videos indi- vidually or you can explore them as a class.


Access Mars accessmars.withgoogle.com/


Access Mars lets you explore a 3D replica of the Mars surface as it was recorded by the Curiosity rover. This 3D model allows users to view the terrain and gain a deeper under- standing of the Curiosity mission.


Google Arts & Culture has made it possible to tour a number of U.S. national parks with guides to take you through each park. You can explore a coral reef in Florida, a volcano in Hawaii, fjords in Alaska and canyons in Utah. Not only do you get to see the beau- tiful landscape, you can understand the his- tory and the mysteries of the earth.


Trekking the Canadian Arctic google.com/maps/about/behind-the- scenes/streetview/treks/canadian- arctic/


Nunavut resident Chris Kalluk invited Google Maps to Iqaluit to improve the on- line map of the area. Working with the Iqa- luit government, volunteers used Google Map Maker to submit updates to the map of Iqaluit. In this Google Trek, you can learn more about the Canadian Arctic. Other treks include Churchill, Manitoba and the Pyra- mids of Giza in Egypt.


Google Earth Timelapse earthengine.google.com/timelapse/


Google Earth Timelapse is a global, zoom- able time-lapse video of the entire planet, from 1984 to now. This allows you to look at parts of the world to see changes to the earth over time. Examples include Columbia


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