What is CartoGraf?
WELCOME to LEARN's installation of Cartograf!Notez que ici n'est pas la même installation que RECITUS Cartograf ici!
WHAT IS CARTOGRAF?
It is an open-source, interactive mapping and drawing application. Students and teachers can create and share maps, collect and analyze images, and work collaboratively on class projects! See also our Tech info pages to install your own?
Visit the help page for instructions and video tutorials on Creating Maps, Navigation tips, Drawing Tools, Pinning documents, and on Collaborating with others. Click here to visit our HELP page!
REMEMBER TO BACKUP YOUR WORK.
You can never be too careful, too cautious. Cartograf is a very stable platform, but you should still have a backup strategy for saving your work. Copy your texts to a blank document just in case. Consider using the Print feature to create PDFs of your map contents. See the bottom of the HELP page!
CLICK HERE to visit our teachers' section
Public Map Scenerios
- Compare Quebec in 1905 and 1980 (LBPSB)
- The Seigneurial System (RECITUS)
- Nationalization of Electricity (LBPSB)
- Amerindian Territories in 1500 (RECITUS)
- Montreal in 1820 (RECITUS)
- Cairo: A Metropolitan Territory
- Cairo: Issues in the Metropolis
- Quebec City as Heritage site
- Protected territories around the world
- Montreal & New York (transportation, economy)
- Simple Map of Mexico (Mexico City, Migration)
- Brazilian Amazon (Forest Region)
- Comparer le Québec de 1905 et 1980 (LBPSB)
- La nationalisation de l'électricité (LBPSB)
- Le territoire des amérindiens en 1500 (RECITUS)
- Le régime seigneurial (RECITUS)
- Montréal en 1820 (RECITUS)
- Les voyages de Cartier (LBPSB)
- La romanisation de l'Empire romain (RECITUS)
- Le commerce des fourrures en Nouvelle-France (RECITUS)
- Territoires agricoles à risque (RECITUS)
- Le territoire autochtone - S’adapter au territoire ou adapter son territoire?
Students and educators riding the ring of the Gaspé.
Check it out at http://tiny.cc/fitandgrittmap
Benoit, Magali & Mali paddled from Edmonton to Quebec along routes of voyageurs. Click here for their map.
CLC Network Stories
Visit the network stories page at http://www.learnquebec.ca/clc-stories And view the CLC map using Cartograf at https://goo.gl/7396td