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Journal of Geography in Higher Education

2013 Volume 37, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Settlers Unsettled: Using Field Schools and Digital Stories to Transform Geographies of Ignorance about Indigenous Peoples in Canada

    Heather Castleden, Kiley Daley, Vanessa Sloan Morgan & Paul Sylvestre

    Geography is a product of colonial processes, and in Canada, the exclusion from educational curricula of Indigenous worldviews and their lived realities has produced "geographies of ignorance&... More

    pp. 487-499

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  2. Investigating Student Use and Value of E-Learning Resources to Develop Academic Writing within the Discipline of Environmental Science

    Kathryn H. Taffs & Julienne I. Holt

    The use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in higher education to support student learning is expanding. However, student usage has been low and the value of e-learning resources ... More

    pp. 500-514

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  3. Tuning the Field Trip: Audio-Guided Tours as a Replacement for 1-Day Excursions in Human Geography

    Torsten Wissmann

    Educators are experiencing difficulties with 1-day field trips in human geography. Instead of teaching students how to apply theory in the field and learn to "sense" geography in everyday... More

    pp. 595-610

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