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David Egbert
Online Learning Advisor, Omni-channel Digital Publishing Manager

Using Interactive Panoramas in Education

Quick Idea Published 7/29/11 Last updated on 5/16/18

Interactive panoramas are a wonderful way to experience a location without actually having to be there in person. By viewing a panorama full-screen on your computer or digital device you can click and drag on the image to move around and zoom in and out of any area of the panorama to see greater detail.

Some examples of educational panoramas would be the inside of a state capitol (see http://panoramicutah.com/utah-capitol-building-inside/ ) Look up at the murals painted on the ceiling. Zoom in to get a closer look. Vist Newspaper Rock (http://panoramicutah.com/newspaper-rock/), an ancient petroglyph site in Southern Utah. Zoom in to get a closer look at this ancient artwork.

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John Doherty

Posted on 9/8/12 2:54:12 AM Permalink

Both links gave an error.