Google Earth combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world’s geographic information at your fingertips. Not to be confused with Google Maps.
Not in the Top 100 in 2013
Comments from some of those who selected Google Earth as one of their Top Tools
- “students will create Google Lit Trips and other content lessons in Google Earth; good for young students who have difficulty conceptualizing that they live in Charleston which is in SC which is in the US …” Sarah Davis
- “Endless possibilities! Google Earth has added so many great applications for the classroom. Keeps the students completely engaged.” Kora Stoll
- “This is perhaps the most powerful tool for changing one’s world view. You don’t see many political boundaries from space at least during the day but at night it’s a different story see “The word at night” for a different view.” Rupert Russell
- “For directions, for scouting a new place ahead of time, for work, for fun. Google earth is simply indispensable.” Paul Coyne