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(Last Updated On: November 16, 2011)

Literary studies scholars have used Google Earth to translate characters’ movements in novels into a spatial medium, thereby discovering and representing concepts in new ways. Students are also using Google Earth to create rich digital representations of literary works by incorporating images, video, sound clips, and text quotations into the maps. Read more about how they do this at Profhacker.

Click here to view the Google Earth: Learn walkthrough from Google Earth.

For more ways to use this tool, see the Google Earth Use Cases from the team at Google Earth and their gallery of amazing projects from Google Earth users.