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This text contains case studies from undergraduate curriculum related to the natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. Topics and approaches to connecting spatial thinking to discipline-specific examples provides the educator with ideas of how mapping and place can be incorporated into learner activities.
This text provides examples of creative ways geospatial information science and technology has been incorporated into higher education environments, and discusses the challenges and opportunities of institutions incorporating geospatial information into curriculum.
Harder, Christian, Ormsby, Tim,Balstrøm, Thomas. Redlands, Calif: Esri Press. 2013.
This text provides example exercises for lessons on choosing datasets, building a database, editing features, conducting analysis, automating analysis, and presenting results.
This article provides empirical data from elementary settings on how learners develop spatial understanding of their surroundings and application of spatial concepts. This article makes connections to the role of early mapping activities and children’s understanding of spatial concepts.