Here are some resources to get you started using Google Earth.

Google Earth Home Page
Google Earth combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips.

GE-Graph: Graph for GoogleEarth
Make graph into GE to illustrate your presentations, papers, etc. GE-Graph was developed to generate graphs from files saved by Google Earth. The data can also be typed into the application or pasted from other applications. The file generated by GE-Graph can be exported to Google Earth.

Google Earth User's Guide
With Google Earth, your computer becomes a window to anywhere on the planet, allowing you to view high-resolution aerial and satellite imagery, elevation terrain, road and street labels, business listings, and more. Learn about it in this user's guide.

Google Earth Blog
Google Earth Blog is dedicated to sharing the best news, interesting sights, technology, and happenings for Google Earth. You will find the most amazing and interesting Google Earth files and network links you can download right off the site.

Weather and Storm Tracking Tools for Google Earth
Google Earth Blog maintains a network link with some of the best weather tracking tools available.

Google Earth - More than a Toy
We all know how to use Google Earth as a toy, but how do we use it as tool? We'll go through some of the most powerful, yet overlooked, features of this program, how people are using it, and hopefully, take you way out of this world.

Google Earth Education Community
This community exists to offer a place where teachers and students can share and find information about educational topics organized using Google Earth software.

Juicy Geography’s Google Earth blog
The aim of the blog is to publish lesson ideas, together with User Guides, and other materials for educators. Juicy Geography was the first web site to publish original lesson materials incorporating Google Earth.

Staggeringly Great Things Mixing Media and Google Earth with Hall Davidson
A lot of tools to explore integrating media into education--from iPod or Planet Earth!

Storybook Settings by Satellite: Google Earth for Language Arts & Reading Class
By Mechelle M. De Craene

Google Lit Trips
This site is an experiment in teaching great literature in a very different way. Using Google Earth, students discover where in the world the greatest road trip stories of all time took place... and so much more!

Google Earth Cathedral Lesson
A lesson plan about cathedrals. The Keynote presentations the students produced were phenomenal and (of course) the students loved flying around to the different sacred sites on Google Earth. Julia