An Atlas of Virginia

In an effort to support teachers and students during the duration of the 2019-2020 school year,  The Virginia Geographic Alliance is making a digital version of the forthcoming An Atlas of Virginia, Teacher Guide and selected maps in BETA testing mode available free of charge to all Virginia K-12 public schools  through June 30, 2020. An Atlas of Virginia, including all of its maps and narrative pages, are held in copyright by The Virginia Geographic Alliance (VGA) and may not be reproduced. 

In addition to making access to the digital version of An Atlas of Virginia free to all K-12 Schools through June 30th, 2020 the following always free materials are also being made available while still in BETA testing:

Virginia GeoInquiries at https:// vga.maps.arcgis.com and
the secondary American History Story Map 
Journals at bit.ly/PlacingPrimarySources.

The Teacher Guide for An Atlas of Virginia, bit.ly/CitationPage and all related materials, as well as the Virginia GeoInquiries are licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA.

 

Resources for use with 2020 digital Atlas of Virginia

Maps:

Teacher Guide

Citations

The Virginia Geographic Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)(3) supported through the generous support of the Virginia Tech Foundation.  

We are currently seeking funding to produce a print version of the Atlas as well as low-cost digital subscriptions for K-12 schools.  Contributions to the Virginia Geographic Alliance are tax deductible. For more information please visit our site at https://php.radford.edu/~vga/

For technical assistance or inquiries on how you can support these efforts please contact:

Annie Evans, Director of Education and Outreach
New American History
University of Richmond
Virginia Geographic Alliance Co-Coordinator
Anne.Evans@richmond.edu

Georgeanne Hribar, Ed.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science & Geography
Old Dominion University
Editor, An Atlas of Virginia
ghribar@odu.edu

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