Re: Interactive map
Tere's idea sounded good. Are you familiar with
WorldKit which makes the maps like the one Daf has for
> Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2004 21:07:31 +0100
> From: Teresa Almeida d'E�a
> Subject: Re: Re-live the old west.
> Hi, Bob!
> Congrats on a fabulous (hi-tech) idea to accompany
> every step of the way of the Great Western Trail
> I've been thinking about ways to try and involve my
> 2nd year EFLers and maybe it's best through
> listening to some of the audio files, even if I have
> to transcribe them so they can follow more easily,
> or by using the posts of youngsters about the early
> trail. It would be great if kids could also send
> audio files.
> We don't have any similar tradition in Portugal,
> only as seafarers all over the world. Who knows,
> maybe I can try to make a link somewhere. I promise
> to keep on thinking about it!
> An idea just came to mind: I think it would be
> interesting to have an interactive map of the trail
> that would pinpoint the daily location of the cattle
> drivers: day 1, day 2, etc. Think that's possible?
> (Enthusiastic!!!) Teresa
- This is a great idea. I will see what I can do.
From: Dr Elizabeth Hanson-Smith [mailto:ehansonsmi@...]
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 7:23 PM
Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Interactive map
Tere's idea sounded good. Are you familiar with WorldKit which makes the
maps like the one Daf has for us Webheads?