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Journal of Geography in Higher Education

August 2010 Volume 34, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Wasted on the Young? Comparing the Performance and Attitudes of Younger and Older US Adults in an Online Class on Geographic Information

    David DiBiase & Khusro Kidwai

    This study investigates the counter-intuitive observation that older students tend to thrive better than younger students in online classes. We use a variety of measures to compare performance and ... More

    pp. 299-326

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  2. Teaching for Better Learning: A Blended Learning Pilot Project with First-Year Geography Undergraduates

    Niamh Moore & Mary Gilmartin

    Internationally, recognition is growing that the transition between post-primary and higher education is raising a number of challenges for both students and educators. Simultaneously with growing ... More

    pp. 327-344

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  3. Using Web-Based GIS in Introductory Human Geography

    Lynn C. Songer

    Advocates for using a geographic information system (GIS) in education assert that GIS improves student learning. However, studies to clarify the relationship between learning and using GIS are... More

    pp. 401-417

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  4. Integrating 3D Visualization and GIS in Planning Education

    Li Yin

    Most GIS-related planning practices and education are currently limited to two-dimensional mapping and analysis although 3D GIS is a powerful tool to study the complex urban environment in its full... More

    pp. 419-438

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