We’ve added a “Disputed Borders” layer to World Atlas showing areas around the world that the U.S. State Department considers “disputed”. The screenshot above shows Crimera. 
We’re not taking demo sign-ups quite yet, but will be in the next couple weeks, stay tuned!

We’ve added a “Disputed Borders” layer to World Atlas showing areas around the world that the U.S. State Department considers “disputed”. The screenshot above shows Crimera. 

We’re not taking demo sign-ups quite yet, but will be in the next couple weeks, stay tuned!

New Zealand creates a really cool draggable pictorial map of the country. Dynamic pictorial maps like this could be a great resource for younger students. We’re looking into this with the World Atlas, definitely expect to see some of these in the future!

Introducing Rand McNally’s World Atlas

We’re getting close to launching our new digital education tool - The World Atlas!

World Atlas allows you to create and share custom, dynamic maps that will enhance classroom lessons and engage students in active learning. With its intuitive design, World Atlas is easy to use, and makes collaborating with your students simple.

Here are just some of the advantages in using World Atlas:

  • Create, combine, annotate and share interactive maps
  • Use dozens of lesson plans and resources to help build presentations
  • Gain access to tons of interactive maps across a range of subjects including history, geography, social studies, earth science, and others
  • And much more!

Help your students explore the world with the most trusted name on the map.

Sign-up for a demo today and see World Atlas in action.

More info coming soon!