|Site:||High School Moodle|
|Course:||Mobile Transformation Lab|
|Book:||Virtual Field Trips|
|Printed by:||Guest user|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 2:10 PM|
When you enter the British Museum virtual site, they have a timeline so students can get a visual feel for where in history they are visiting.
The color coded regions are divided into:
On the right a menu allows you to narrow your the search of their materials by:
Audio is included!!!! When you select an item from the time line it appears in a static image. You may hear the audio file, view the map for the original location of the object, and view related objects.
The Louvre is one of the most progressive museum when it comes to bringing in visitors virtually.
Navigate at the top of the page to search the collection and to study thematic units with a narrow focus.
Live Daily 9:00AM-12:00PM ET and 12:30AM-3:30AM ET
Schools in nearly every US state and schools in Mexico, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Australia, South Africa, Belgium, and the Netherlands have participated.
In fact, you can watch it live while other schools participate (you just can't ask the presenters questions - they focus only on the schools).
This week there are 11 classes scheduled - ten in the US and one in Belgium.
Watch it here - safariLIVE
Times for this week are:
May 30 - 11:30 am (ET)
May 31 - 09:00 am (ET)
June 1 - 09:00 am (ET)
June 2 - 09:00 am (ET)
We will go live to South Africa during my session......you will be amazed!!
Info can be found here: -
View the museum in 3D Museum of National History
This is not a guided tour, it is self-paced, thus manual clicking is required.
Watch videos on demand, hear from experts, get lesson plans, educator guide, and family activities.
Each major room is featured in a 360 view, and a reference is given as to the location on a palace map. The auditory must be read aloud.
Fullscreen spherical (360x180) panoramas.
Visit the Gallery for virtual tours and panoramas.
You must click from location to location within a site (no narration). It feels like you are there. I visited Tulum last year. You have a sense of what it is like to visit today. An interesting lesson might be to compare the ancient site and people with the modern tourist site.
This is amazing!!!
The Sistine Chapel is beautiful. This has an explanation of the art and the biblical stories are mentioned. Naturally, it is based on the Catholic faith.
Information from the page:
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Based on cutting edge technology and mastery work of 3D artists - our virtual tour is true to reality.
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