Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1999 Index


Volume 23 Number 1 1999

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

23(1).01

Foote, K.E.

Editorial. Bringing Faculty Online: inspiring and sustaining innovation in information and computer technologies (ICT) pp.5-7
23(1).02

McKendrick, J.H. & Bowden, A.

Something for Everyone? An evaluation of the use of audio-visual resources in geographical learning in the UK pp.9-19
23(1).03

Croot, D. & Chalkley, B.

Student Recruitment and the Geography of Undergraduate Geographers in England and Wales pp.21-47
23(1).04

Birnie, J.

Physical Geography at the Transition to Higher Education: the effects of prior learning pp.49-62
23(1).05

Livingstone, I.

Role-playing Planning Public Inquiries pp.63-76
 
JGHE SYMPOSIUM: TEACHING SEXUALITIES IN GEOGRAPHY
23(1).06

Knopp, L.

Queer Theory, Queer Pedagogy: new spaces and new challenges in teaching geography pp.77-79
23(1).07

Gibson-Graham, J.K.

Queer(y)ing Capitalism in and out of the Classroom pp.80-85
23(1).08

Elder, G.S.

'Queerying' Boundaries in the Geography Classroom pp.86-93
23(1).09

England, K.

Sexing Geography, Teaching Sexualities pp.94-101
23(1).10

Nast, H.J.

'Sex', 'Race' and Multiculturalism: critical consumption and the politics of course evaluations pp.102-115
23(1).11

Knopp, L.

Out in Academia: the queer politics of one geographer's sexualisation pp.116-123
DIRECTIONS
23(1).11

Hay, I.

Writing Research Reports in Geography and the Environmental Sciences pp.125-135

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Volume 23 Number 2 1999

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

23(2).01

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Editorial. From Distant Writing to Distance Learning: some reflections from Hawaii pp.141-146
23(2).02

Gibbs, G.

Improving Teaching, Learning and Assessment pp.147-155
23(2).03

Zhou, Y., Smith, B.W. & Spinelli, J.G.

Impacts of Increased Student Career Orientation on American College Geography Programmes pp.157-165
23(2).04

Wentz, E.A., Vender, J.C. & Brewer, C.A.

An Evaluation of Teaching Introductory Geomorphology using Computer-based Tools pp.167-179
23(2).05

Graham, D.T. & McNeil, J.

Using the Internet as Part of Directed Learning in Social Geography: developing Web pages as an introduction to local social geography pp.181-194
23(2).06

Haigh, M.J. & Kilmartin, M.P.

Student Perceptions of the Development of Personal Transferable Skills pp.195-206
23(2).07

May, J.

Developing Fieldwork in Social and Cultural Geography: illustrations from a residential field class in Los Angeles and Las Vegas pp.207-225
23(2).08

Penrose, J.

Using Personal Research to Teach the Significance of Socially Constructed Categories pp.227-239
23(2).09

Editorial Note

Resources: The Geography Discipline Network Guides on Teaching, Learning and Assessment: four views pp.241
23(2).10

Butterfield, G., Datta, K., Davie, T., Gray, M., Hall, R. & Lee, R.

Networks of Change-sharing and the promotion of active teaching and learning: a collective review of the Geography Discipline Network's development of the teaching and learning project pp.242-247
23(2).11

Pawson, E.

Transference Down Under pp.248-251
23(2).12

Nel, E.

The Geography Discipline Network Guides to Good Teaching, Learning and Assessment Practice: a southern Africa perspective pp.252-257
23(2).13

Latz, G.

The Geography Discipline Network Guides: a North American perspective pp.258-260
23(2).14

Dyas, L. & Bradley, L.

'Geography for the New Undergraduate'-a fully resourced programme introducing personal, study and transferable skills to first year undergraduates within a geographical context pp.261-264
23(2).15

Parry, B.

Finding out about Maps pp.265-271

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Volume 23 Number 3 1999

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

23(3).01

Monk, J.

Editorial. Valuing Service pp.285-289
23(3).02

Brown, G.H.

A Group-learning Approach to Academic and Transferable Skills Through an Exercise in the Global Positioning System pp.291-301
23(3).03

Neil, D.T., Wadley, D.A. & Phinn, S.R.

A Generic Framework for Criterion-referenced Assessment of Undergraduate Essays pp.303-325
23(3).04

Cromley, E.K. & Bilokur, B.

In Their Own Voices: integrating foreign-language texts in regional geography courses pp.327-334
 
JGHE SYMPOSIUM: THE TALESSI PROJECT
23(3).05

Jones, P.C. & Merritt, J.Q.

The TALESSI Project: promoting active learning for interdisciplinarity, values awareness and critical thinking in environmental higher education pp.335-348
23(3).06

Jones, P.C., Merritt, J.Q. & Palmer, C.

Critical Thinking and Interdisciplinarity in Environmental Higher Education: the case for epistemological and values awareness pp.349-357
23(3).07

Foster, J.

What Price Interdisciplinarity?: crossing the curriculum in environmental higher education pp.358-366
23(3).08

Hammer, R.

Integrating Interdisciplinarity Perspectives into Traditional Environmental Law Courses pp.367-380
23(3).09

Bradbeer, J.

Barriers to Interdisciplinarity: disciplinary discourses and student learning pp.381-396
 
ARENA: Departmental Strategies for Balancing the Demands of Teaching and Research
23(3).10

Butlin, R.A.

Teaching and Research in Geography: an introduction pp.397-399
23(3).11

Hudson, R.

Reconciling the Competing Demands of Teaching and Research: reflecting on the Durham experience pp.399-403
23(3).12

Robinson, G.M.

Using TQA and the RAE as Management Tools pp.403-407
23(3).13

Speake, J.

Teaching, Learning and Research in Geography at Liverpool Hope pp.407-411
 
RESOURCES
23(3).14

Moss, P., DeBres, K.J., Cravey, A., Hyndman, J., Hirshboeck, K.K. & Masucci, M.

Toward Mentoring as Feminist Praxis: strategies for ourselves and others pp.413-427
23(3).15

Chalkley, B. & Elmes, A.

'SEED' has Germinated: staff resources on fieldwork, lab work, computer-aided learning and employer links pp.428-435
23(3).16

Kneale, P.E.

Context: incorporating work-based case studies into the geography curriculum pp.436-439
 
DIRECTIONS
23(3).17

Higgitt, D. & Bullard, J.

Assessing Fieldwork Risk for Undergraduate Projects pp.441-449

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