AMAP Austria
A website containing maps of Austria.

Atmospheric Phenomena Quiz
A website where you can learn facts about the atmosphere in a free quiz.

Bing maps
A web mapping service providing street maps, satellite photos, aerial maps and bird’s eye views, as well as driving directions, traffic details and road conditions.

Bouncy Maps
A website where users select subjects related to people, planet, business, politics, and living and watch the countries on the map change their size: instead of land mass, the size of each country represents the data for that subject.

A WebGL virtual globe and map engine. While satellites, land vehicles, and drones are busy gathering 3D-information, it remains difficult to use. Cesium is an end-to-end platform that unleashes the potential of 3D data by making it easy for developers to visualize, analyze, and share 3D content.

Drive Me
Online web mapping service that provides maps and geographic information for Greece. Supports locating addresses, route planning and presents points of interest relative to several categories (e.g., banks, shopping, sports, public services, entertainment, etc.)

Earthquake calculator
A web tool allowing learners to compare between two earthquakes of different magnitudes so that they realise how bigger an earthquake really is compared to another of lower magnitude.

European Atlas of the Seas
A free online atlas offering various information about Europe’s seas and coasts, their environment, related human activities and European policies.

Flash Earth
An application for viewing satellite and aerial imagery of the Earth from multiple mapping websites (NASA Aqua, Bing Maps, HERE Maps, Earth at Night, ArcGIS, and MapQuest).

A number of free resources and tools are available on the Gapminder website. ready to use in the classroom including a development quiz.

GeoBee Study Toolkit
This study toolkit is designed to help your students learn more about our world. It includes blank maps of the U.S., the world, and Africa, as well as past GeoBee questions related to each. Students should challenge themselves to fill out each map using their own knowledge and any atlases they may have available.

Use this free app to navigate to a geocache nearby. Once you find the geocache, sign and date the logbook. Place the geocache back where you found it and log your experience online.

Geodata in Greece
Online map viewer of free geospatial data provided by Greek Public Administration organizations.

Geoguesser (1 free round a day)
A web-based geographic discovery game which requires players to guess their location in the world using only the clues visible from Google Street View.

An app where you learn about your country’s cultural heritage and discover spatial and historical places.

Google Earth
A virtual globe providing satellite imagery, maps, terrain, and 3D buildings, as well as driving directions and Sightseeing Tours.

Google Maps
A desktop and mobile web mapping application which offers street maps, satellite imagery, 3D maps and Street View perspectives, as well as functions such as a route planning for travelling by foot, car, bicycle, or with public transportation.

Google Lit Trips
Google Lit Trips combines literature with geography. Students can follow in the footsteps of the people in the stories, looking at the environments and places that they visited. Also, it provides downloadable files that mark the journeys of characters from famous literature on the surface of Google Earth.

Grolier Online Atlas
An online website providing geopolitical, historical, thematic and exploration maps.

Guess the place
A website where students play a guessing game, using questions and maps, to identify the name of a city, state, country, or major physical feature in a continent of your choosing, or the United States.

Jetpunk Mapquiz
Quizzes on different continents, countries and capitals.

A virtual globe of the Earth, the Moon, Venus, Mars and other planets.

A free web mapping application offering street maps and satellite imagery, driving directions, traffic and road conditions, and nearby businesses and services (health information, lodging, restaurants, travel, shopping, activities, and local services).

National Geographic’s MapMaker
An online free map making application that allows users to make maps of any continent or region by selecting different basemaps (e.g., topographic, terrain, street, ocean, etc.) and adding layers of information relating to water, earth systems, human population, food, environment, energy, culture, economy, etc.

National Geographic’s Kahoot Quiz
This quiz tests students on their spatial knowledge about Europe.

Natural Hazards Viewer
A free online website where learners can view maps of the world including natural hazards (tsunamis, earthquakes etc).

Old Maps Online
Discovering the Cartography of the past. The easy to use gateway to historical maps in libraries around the world.

Open Street Map
An open street map of the world, created by people and free to use under an open licence.

Ordnance Survey
The Ordnance Survey website contains some brilliant kid-friendly activities that are sure to encourage students to learn more about geography. Students can practice map skills, play geography-related games, and use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to learn more about their world.

Outline Maps
A free website containing maps of the world and the continents that may be printed and copied for personal or classroom use.

A free, Windows-based, real-time interactive program for making perceptual maps (also called product maps, strategic maps, sociograms, sociometric maps, psychometric maps, stimulus-response maps, relationship maps, concept maps, etc.).

Play Geography
A free website where you find lots of games on countries, cities, flags, rivers, seas etc.

PHET – Greenhouse effect simulator
Via this free tool, students can simulate the greenhouse effect.

QGIS (previously known as “Quantum GIS”) is a cross-platform free and open-source desktop geographic information system (GIS) application that provides data viewing, editing, and analysis capabilities.

Satellite and Information Service from NOAA
Environmental satellite data and derived products covering Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, land and near-space conditions.

Scribble Maps
A tool that allows you to draw and make your own maps. The user is able to map their journeys with road and flight maps – which could be used for lessons on transport etc.

Quizzes about countries, capitals, flags, oceans, lakes and more. Introduced in 1997 and available in 39 different languages, Seterra has helped thousands of people study geography and learn about their world.

Tasking Manager
A global community putting the world’s most vulnerable people and places on the map to support humanitarian aid and sustainable development. The tool shows what needs to be mapped, which areas need to be reviewed and validated for quality assurance and which areas are completed.

Urban Observatory
A free tool comparing and contrasting maps of cities around the world by showing maps in a variety of themes.

USGS Earth Explorer
A web application that provides users the ability to search and view satellite images, aerial photographs, and cartographic products from several sources.

View from above
An online quiz about satellite images all over the world.
Use satellite photos to guess where you are in the world, thus improving your spatial perspective.
Improve your understanding on cities in different countries/areas look like.

World Geography Games
A free website containing different games where the student can find the countries, regions, lakes, islands etc.

A free collection of world maps where territories are resized on each map according to the subject of interest. The maps give powerful visual impact and clarity to current patterns in development and present an accessible and knowledge-based view of the world as it is now.

Yahoo maps
Online mapping portal offering street maps, driving directions, traffic, and satellite imagery.