Wyoming Student Atlas feedback
The online version of the Wyoming Student Atlas is at http://atlas.wygisc.org along with a growing collection of activities using the Atlas for lesson plans. The online version is available as a flipbook (an exact digital reproduction of the paper back book), and as a series of interactive maps which provide more text, images, and details explore and can even be modified and added to.
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Which version of the Wyoming Student Atlas have you used? *
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Please give a short description of how you used the Wyoming Student Atlas.
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How satisfied were you with the Wyoming Student Atlas? *
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If you are an educator using or planning to use the Wyoming Student Atlas, please provide a description of your class, lesson, and how you plan to use this resource:
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If you are an educator using or planning to use the Wyoming Student Atlas as a resource, which parts have you used/plan to use?
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The paperback version
The online flipbook version
Any of the activities or lesson plans
Any of the story maps
Any of the web maps that can be modified or personalized
Any of the data provided for use in Google Earth or other software
If you are an educator using or planning to use the online flipbook or Story Maps in a class, what platform did you (or will you) use it on?
If you have used any of the interactive Story Maps (self-guided activities) in the online version of the Wyoming Student Atlas, please rate its ease-of-use:
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Moving from one page to the next
Zooming or panning the map
Using/understanding the map legend
Understanding the map symbols and colors
Understanding the text and finding the text information relevant
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