Editorial: Geographic Information and Education
The guest editor's considerations
How did we learn to work with geographic data, and how did we get started with and through an education that enabled us to create, structure, analyze and communicate geographic information? Was it the school atlas, or the scouts' use of maps and compasses, that got us going, or was it an inspiring geography teacher in high school, the field trip to Florence, or a surveying course?
This themed publication takes stock of teaching with and about geographic information and GIS at the entrance to the twenties. We have managed to collect some exciting contributions that give an insight into GIS teaching in today's primary and secondary education.
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