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GIS Implementation Model for Schools: Assessing the Critical Concerns
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Journal of Geography Volume 96, Number 6, ISSN 0022-1341

Abstract

Summarizes the findings of a study of the conditions associated with introducing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) into precollege curricula. Principal data sources included questionnaires, field observations, and interviews. Concludes that GIS will rapidly, and inevitably, become the tool of choice for exploring spatial concepts. Includes sample questions and statistical data. (MJP)

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Audet, R.H. & Paris, J. (1997). GIS Implementation Model for Schools: Assessing the Critical Concerns. Journal of Geography, 96(6), 293-300. Retrieved April 20, 2019 from .

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