The Digital Atlas Project is a freely-available online atlas targeted to students and teachers from around the globe, searching for up-to-date world and regional maps, data, and visualizations for learning geography.
Keep the Digital Atlas Project at your fingertips: add it as a Favourite or to your Bookmark Bar.
Teachers: Link the Digital Atlas Project to your GoogleClassroom pages and assignments, and add us to your school, department, or class website.
This month, the Digital Atlas Project is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Lila Engberg – a true trailblazer and mentor who, as a professor of Home Economics at the University of Guelph, assisted marginalized women in Malawi, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Brazil from the early 1960s right through her very long career. Lila's thoughtful and passionate engagement in justice issues will be greatly missed.
These political, physical, and demographic maps will assist you with classroom work, remote learning, doing homework, completing projects, and preparing lessons. The resources on these pages cover many of the curriculum elements for middle years and high school in Canada and the United States, Key Stages 2 and 3 in England, Wales, and Scotland, as well as GCSE, IGCSE, A level, AP, and IB Diploma students around the world.
Become a contributor! Students and teachers pour over thousands of websites, maps, and geography resources every day. If you find a public or creative commons map, diagram, or graphic that would help build a more complete online atlas, then please forward the link to the Digital Atlas Project Team.
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