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Journal of Geography in Higher Education

2000 Volume 24, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Relationship between Teaching and Research: Where Does Geography Stand and Deliver?

    Alan Jenkins

    Addresses the relationship between teaching and research within geography. Focuses specifically on undergraduate teaching. Argues that the teaching-research relationship must be explored in the... More

    pp. 325-51

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  2. The Virtual Geography Department: Assessing an Agent of Change in Geography Education

    Michael N. Solem

    Presents a study in which participants of the Virtual Geography Department (VGD) at the University of Texas (Austin) were interviewed in order to learn about the effects the VGD had on their... More

    pp. 353-64

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  3. Interactive GIS Instruction Using a Multimedia Classroom

    Peter Deadman, G Brent Hall, Trevor Bain, Lynne Elliot & Douglas Dudycha

    Discusses the design development, and use of a multimedia classroom for the instruction of undergraduate courses in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at the University of Waterloo (Ontario,... More

    pp. 365-80

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  4. Computer-Mediated Communication in Undergraduate Teaching: Web-based Conferencing with Lotus Notes/Domino

    Peter Vincent

    Examines the outcomes of a two-year trial of computer-mediated conferencing (CMC) conducted at a British university during the final-year undergraduate course in glacial and periglacial... More

    pp. 381-94

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