Presentation on theme: "Digital Story Telling with Google Maps: Polish Designed Planes in the 1930s Turkish Air Force Sixth International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative."— Presentation transcript:
Digital Story Telling with Google Maps: Polish Designed Planes in the 1930s Turkish Air Force Sixth International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies 15:15 Room 4, 15 November 2013 Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia Madrid, Spain email@example.com Robert Workman, Ali Gungor Isiklar, Ezgi Akpinar Ferrand, Marcia Workman
Abstract 1 Google Maps provides a map on which customizable, clickable markers can be placed. When the markers are clicked images, video, or text are displayed. Google Maps also includes a sidebar that displays marker content in designer selected order. The story of Polish designed fighter planes purchased and built in Turkey in the 1930s will be used to illustrate Google Maps for storytelling. We start with Ataturk’s vision of the importance of aviation. Ludomil Rayski.
Abstract 2 Rayski responded to this vision and joins the Turkish Army in 1915 after serving in battle he returns to Poland, become commander of the Polish Air Force and encourages the development of the Polish aviation industry. A Polish designed plane is shown in Paris. Turkey places an order for planes and manufacturing rights. The planes include Connecticut USA built guns and maybe engines Our Google map contains place marks that show photographs and videos of the P24, the people involved in its development, factories where it was built, and the location of museums where surviving examples may be seen. The story can be accessed at http://goo.gl/maps/GV0U5.http://goo.gl/maps/GV0U5
Placemarks with Links and Pictures Map View Edit View
On March 27, 2013, Google launched Google Maps Engine Lite http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Maps#2013 Maps Engine Lite is a simplified version of its commercial Maps Engine product which is meant to eventually replace the My Maps feature