Gegraphic Resources for Teachers

Bringing WWW into the Classroom

Geography for a Changing World

Courtesy of Dr. Daniel Good, Georgia Southern University
Established to prepare teachers to integrate computer technology into teaching geography

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Weather and Climate

Conservation of Natural Resources

World Regional Geography

Historical Geography

Geography of Latin America

Economic Geography

Computer Assisted Geography

Daniel Good Geography Scholarship



Miscellaneous Links

Internet Resources for Geography

Georgia Links

Maps On Us!
Bulloch County Historical Maps
Map-Related Web Sites
Atlas of the World
Georgia GIS
Historical Maps
Panoramic Maps
from the Library of Congress
Color Landform Atlas of the U.S.

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North Dakota State University
University of Texas Geography
Georgia State University

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Georgia Southern University's Homepage
GSU Department of Geology and Geography
National Geographic
GALILEO-Georgia Library Learning Online
Exploring the Virtual South Exhibit
U.S. Government
Reference Desk on Web

International WWW School Registry
Julie Good's Web Page
World and USA Newspapers On-Line
GSU Geology Club
U.S. Census Bureau
Association of American Geographers
National Council for Geographic Education
History/Social Studies Web Site for K-12 Teachers
Rotary International
Bill Good's Web Page
Good's Buffalo Trow, Oct. 16, 1998
Bulloch County Board of Education
Geo-Globe: Interactive Geography
GaSoU Provost
Good's Buffalo Trow, Oct. 2, 1999

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Travel Online
Travel Channel
Lonely Planet

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