GEOGRAPHY AND ENTERPRISE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Gordon Clark (Editor)
A conference held at Lancaster University
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|Abstracts of Chapters|
|Chapter 1||Geography and the Enterprise in Higher Education initiative: problems and potential.
|Chapter 2||The management of EHE projects.
|Chapter 3||Enterprise and academic objectives in Geography.
Clive S. Morphet
|Chapter 4||Implementing and integrating EHE: the experience of the Department of Environmental and Geographical Studies, Manchester Polytechnic.
David B. Hardman
|Chapter 5||Integrating Enterprise into the Geography curriculum: the Salford experience since 1987.
Colin Harrison and Brian P. Hindle
|Chapter 6||Geography and Enterprise: the experience of a College of Higher Education.
James W.A. Price and Hugh D. Cutler
|Chapter 7||Teaching without lectures: the case of a final-year course in industrial geography.
Michael J. Healey
|Chapter 8||Assessing a group-based enterprise project.
Roy W. Alexander
|Chapter 9||Student-based collaborative research initiatives with a Family Health Services Authority.
|Chapter 10||EHE at Polytechnic South West: the geography programme of transferable skills and 'business' placements.
|Chapter 11||Industrial placements in a Geography degree: a 'fast track' 71 method.
Ian R. Couch
|Chapter 12||What Do Geographers Do? Careers and Enterprise.
John McClatchey, Tessa Cubitt and Adrian Passmore