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Journal of Geography in Higher Education

2000 Volume 24, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Delivering Geography Courses Internationally

    Derek Reeve, Susan Hardwick, Karen Kemp & Teresa Ploszajska

    Believes that technology should not be the central consideration when developing distance learning programs. Addresses issues, such as the importance of defining a model of distance learning,... More

    pp. 228-37

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  2. International Virtual Field Trips: A New Direction?

    John Stainfield, Peter Fisher, Bob Ford & Michael Solem

    Traces the evolution of virtual field trips and discusses both the advantages and disadvantages of the virtual field trip. Explores three approaches to improving the interactivity of virtual field ... More

    pp. 255-62

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  3. Collaboration and the Successful Use of Information and Communications Technologies in Teaching and Learning Geography in Higher Education

    David C. Rich, Geoffrey Robinson & Robert S. Bednarz

    Argues that a close relationship exists between collaboration and the use of information and communications technologies (ICTs). Outlines the collaborative uses of ICTs, addresses the benefits, and... More

    pp. 263-70

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