Technological 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.
Ch. XI Semantic Tools to Support the Construction and Use of Concept-Based Learning Spaces Terence R. Smith Smith, Terence R. Marcia Lei Zeng Zeng, Marcia Lei 185 Ch. XII Simple Geography-Related Multimedia Richard Treves Treves, Richard David Martin Martin, David 204 Ch. XIII Evaluating the Geography E-Learning Materials and Activities: Student and Staff Perspectives Karen Fill Fill, Karen Louise Mackay Mackay, Louise 222 Ch. XIV Reflections, Lessons Learnt, and Conclusions Louise Mackay Mackay, Louise David Martin Martin, David Philip Rees Rees, Philip Helen Durham Durham, Helen 236 Sect -- IV Additional Selected Readings Ch. XV Online Learning Activities in Second Year Environmental Geography Sally Priest Priest, Sally Karen Fill Fill, Karen 245 Ch. XVI Learning Geography with the G-Portal Digital Library Dion Hoe-Lian Goh Goh, Dion Hoe-Lian Yin-Leng Theng Theng, Yin-Leng Jim Zhang Zhang, Jim Chew Hung Chang Chang, Chew Hung Kalyani Chatterjea Chatterjea, Kalyani 260 Ch. XVII Collaborative Geographic Information Systems: Origins, Boundaries, and Structures Shivanand Balram Balram, Shivanand Suzana Dragicevic Dragicevic, Suzana 270 Glossary of Terms 288 Compilation of References 297 Index 324.
Number Of Pages: 364
Published: 30th November 2008