Techlogical advances have created the ability to put lectures, tutorials, and student activities online for academic instructors. However, for most teachers, especially those accustomed to traditional delivery methods, this creates a daunting task that involves radical re-skilling and effort. E-Learning for Geographers: Online Materials, Resources, and Repositories draws lessons from a unique collaboration of an international team of geographers, educationalists and computer scientists in developing learning materials. Descriptions and access to the learning resources developed in the geography topic areas is provided to the reader along with general guidance relevant to all who intend to work in an array of applications within the vibrant and growing field of electronic/online learning.
Philip Rees and Louise Mackay, University of Leeds, UK. David Martin, University of Southampton, UK. Helen Durham, University of Leeds, UK.
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David Martin, Helen Durham, Louise Mackay, Philip Rees