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Oxford Student e-Atlas

Interactive atlas for whole class display or individual study.

Editorial Advisor Patrick Wiegand

Suitable for:  Ages 14-18 / exam level.

Price:  £100.00 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-913713-8
Publication date: 21/05/2012
CD-ROM: 8 pages

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The Oxford Student e-Atlas CD-ROM provides an interactive whiteboard version of the new edition of the Oxford Student Atlas that is suitable for individual study or whole class display. Each page of the atlas can be displayed on-screen to encourage pupils to discuss themes and issues. It includes map templates for atlas activities.


  • Interactive format ideal for whiteboards and digital projectors
  • Helps teachers to plan stimulating lessons using the Oxford Student Atlas
  • Ideal for both individual study and whole-class display
  • Pages presented in an accessible visual layout based on research into how students use maps
  • Accessible, colourful, and clearly-labelled maps that are easy to read and enjoy
  • Key curriculum themes covered - such as earthquakes and volcanoes, climate and climate change, economic activity, development, and globalisation
  • Comprehensive coverage of the British Isles, Europe, and the world
  • Introductory section explaining how maps work - latitude and longitude, scale and direction, the use of symbols
  • Includes country data
  • Fascinating details that encourage students to explore the maps
  • Clear grid codes that make it easy to find places listed in the index
  • Stunning satellite images alongside mapping
  • Photographs and illustrations that aid understanding
  • Map keys that provide easy reminders of symbols
  • Internet links to key sites to support research
  • Hardback and paperback versions available
Age range 14-16
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