Mapping Our Past is a set of activities for elementary- and middle-grades students
to explore Colorado's historical
project includes standards-based geography content and geographic
information science (GIS) mapping technology.
Units cover Colorado's regions and environment and
historical changes in its population, transportation, and economic resources.
For a list of available mapping
activities, click HERE.
activities require Internet
Explorer or Netscape version 4.x or higher). MAC
users please click HERE.
with our GIS database,
free GIS software, and sample activities is available for users who want to create their own maps and activities.
For updates about Colorado's
Geography: Mapping Our Past, see
Database and project file downloads are available
your suggestions to improve the activities.
The projectís coordinators, Phil Klein and Dave Diggs of the University of
Northern Coloradoís Department of Geography, welcome your comments at either firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for Colorado's Geography: Mapping Our
Past was provided through a grant from the National Geographic Society's
Colorado Geography Education Fund, with some matching funds from UNC's Hewit
Institute for History and Social Science Education.