We are excited to have iMapInvasives used in the classroom - the online tool is a great way to engage students through technology, and the data collected goes to the NS state database to help natural resource professionals. Contact us for more information.
iMap is often a great for educational tool for college and university students as well as middle and high school students.
iMapInvasives for Middle & High School
Are you a middle school or high school science teacher that would like to explore invasive species with your class? In partnership with iMapInvasives, the DEC has developed an invasive species curriculum for students in 6th-12th grade.
iMapInvasives in Higher Education
Use iMapInvasives in projects for students to learn and apply valuable skills in data collection, environmental stewardship, and mapping. Try in one or more of these three areas:
GIS & Web Mapping
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info and help getting started!
Examples of past and current projects (more links coming soon):
Story map created by RIT Capstone Students for Finger Lakes PRISM
Data submitted by college students in class projects
Presentation delivered by RIT Capstone Students for CCE
Summary of iMap-related projects at Siena College
Summary of iMap-related projects at SUNY Cobleskill
Summary of iMap-related projects at RIT