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Review of International Geographical Education Online

2012 Volume 2, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Geospatial Online Instruction Model

    John C. Rodgers, Athena Owen-Nagel & Shrinidhi Ambinakudige

    The objective of this study is to present a pedagogical model for teaching geospatial courses through an online format and to critique the model's effectiveness. Offering geospatial courses through... More

    pp. 7-24

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  2. Effective Online Practices for International Learning Collaborations

    Waverly C. Ray, Osvaldo Muñiz-Solari, Phil Klein & Michael Solem

    The Association of American Geographers' Center for Global Geography Education aims to internationalize geography in higher education by providing materials and activities to support international ... More

    pp. 25-44

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  3. Barriers to Teaching Introductory Physical Geography Online

    Michael E. Ritter

    Learning geography online is becoming an option for more students but not without controversy. Issues of faculty resources, logistics, professional recognition, and pedagogical concerns are cited... More

    pp. 61-77

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  4. Using Technology for Geography Teacher Education: Web-Based Professional Development

    Cheryl A. Frazier & Richard G. Boehm

    This qualitative study explores the perceived value of a video-based online workshop in Geography, "Watershed Management," part of the Geography: Teaching with the Stars series, a 22... More

    pp. 78-94

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  5. Distance Education and Spatial Citizenship in Africa--Challenges and Prospects

    Detlef Kanwischer & Fabienne Quennet

    The relevance of GIS for sustainable development in Africa is undisputed. One web 2.0 application which plays a particularly strong role within local governance structures in Africa is PGIS ... More

    pp. 95-117

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