Knoema World Data Atlas website

December 9, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The World Data Atlas from Knoema is a webpage to review for your social studies resource toolbox – yes it is dot com but contains lots of information and seems to be free. Always review content critically.

Remember too that the Virtual Library provides students with access to CultureGrams, a subscription database containing information/data/resources in the following categories: world, kids, Canadian provinces, United States, and a teaching activities document and a neat feature that allows students to  build their own graphs/tables.

Check ’em out! Rowan

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