We have provided a number of User Guides for using the Atlas of Living Australia.
These guides show you through some of the functions of the ALA. They can be used by anyone wishing to use the ALA, and are suitable for people using it in primary and high school classrooms.
The appropriate guide can also be accessed directly from the individual classroom activities so you can easily alter the activities to suit your local area if necessary.
A list of the available User Guides is provided below. To open a guide, just click on the title.
|1||Finding the species recorded in your area||How to find which species have been recorded in your area
|2||Species distributions on a map||How to show the distribution of a species on a map of Australia|
|3||Layers and species on a map||How to show species distributions and environmental layers on a map|
|4||How to log a sighting||How to log a sighting directly on to the Atlas of Living Australia|
|5||Does a species occur in my area?||How to see if a particular species is present in your local area|
|6||Finding information about a species||Shows the variety of information that can be found on the species pages|
|7||How to make a scatter plot||Using the ALA to plot species ranges against environmental information|
|8||Multiple species distributions||How to show the distribution of more than one species on a map of Australia|
|9||Generating a field guide||How to generate a field guide of selected species|
|10||Finding the species recorded in a defined region||How to find the species recorded in a particular chosen region|
|11||Finding the endangered species from a records list||How to filter a records list to find the endangered species|
|12||User guide for the BioCollect data collection tool.||How to use the BioCollect data collection tool.|