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Journal of Geography in Higher Education

May 2007 Volume 31, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. GIS Pedagogy, Web-Based Learning and Student Achievement

    Andrew M. Clark, Janice Monk & Stephen R. Yool

    The authors evaluate impacts of web-based learning (WBL) for a geographic information system (GIS) course in which self-paced interactive learning modules replaced lectures to prepare students for ... More

    pp. 225-239

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  2. Digital Photography and Web-Based Assignments in an Urban Field Course: Snapshots from Berlin

    Alan Latham & Derek P. McCormack

    This paper reflects on the use of digital photography in urban-based human geography fieldwork. It draws on the authors' experience of introducing digital photography into the teaching and... More

    pp. 241-256

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  3. Gowin's Knowledge Vee and the Integration of Philosophy and Methodology: A Case Study

    Roddy Fox

    Many universities with a strong research tradition have courses or modules examining the tradition's philosophies and methodologies to prepare their students to undertake research programmes.... More

    pp. 269-284

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  4. Practitioner Perspectives on the Use of Technology in Fieldwork Teaching

    Stephen Fletcher, Derek France, Kate Moore & Geoff Robinson

    During the last decade, technological developments in computer hardware, software and networks, combined with increasing pressures on staff and students, have led to a proliferation of... More

    pp. 319-330

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