Virtual Field Trips
Suggestions for AR and VR content that function on Chromebooks or handheld VR/AR devices:
- Google Arts & Culture: A curated site of artwork, artists, new technologies, games, videos, audio, virtual tours, and more! Google brings the world’s art and culture online in one fully accessible site.
- Google Arts & Culture Help
- Learn with Arts & Culture: a new site by the Google Arts & Culture team designed specifically with teachers in mind that includes virtual field trips, 360° videos and more.
- Google Arts & Culture Games
- Google Expeditions
- You can download the Google Arts & Culture app on your Chromebook to view many of the Expeditions that are migrated over. While you won’t have access to guided tours through Expeditions, you can still view many of the tours. Click here to learn more about how to use the Google Play Store Apps on Chromebooks.
- Activities to try:
- Google Earth: a cloud-based geospatial analysis platform that enables users to visualize and analyze satellite images of our planet. You can create projects, go on random tours, and play games.
- Google My Maps: a custom map creation tool to create guided tours. You can also add information to locations as well as measure area.
- Discovery Education Virtual Field Trips
- Choose your grade band.
- Check out the Upcoming Virtual Field Trips.
- Newsela Virtual Field Trips
- Educational VR Videos on YouTube: there are a lot of videos on YouTube and online that can be used with a Cardboard or a VR headset. Here are some videos that can be used on headsets or Chromebooks. On a laptop or Chromebook, click and move the cursor to move around the video to see the full 360 degree view.
- Best Virtual Field Trips - article from Tech and Learning
- Click here and check out our webinar on Virtual Field Trips using Earth, My Maps, and Arts & Culture.
- When to use Virtual Field Trips in your Classroom poster