geotagging photos

If you’re using photographs of places in your teaching, you might be interested in a geotagging site provided by BeeLoop.

Actually designed for use with Flickr (the photo sharing website), it generates a code you can paste into any html document which students can click on to go to a Google satellite photo of the place that the photograph was taken.

As an example:Booloominbah, Univeristy of New England, Armidale Australia
Click here to see where this photo was taken. By courtesy of BeeLoop SL (the Mapware & Mobility Solutions Company).

(The photograph is of the back of Booloominbah, the homestead built in 1888 by the White family and later donated to form the University of New England. You can take a virtual tour of Booloominbah to explore it’s gorgeous interior and exterior.)

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