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AAG Special Committee (1994) Reconsideration of Faculty Roles and Reward in Geography, 18(1), pp.9-18

Abercrombie, J. (1978) More on learning about small group teaching, 2(2), pp.89-95

Abler, R. (1994) Introduction: Reconsidering Faculty Roles and Rewards in Geography, 18(1), pp.7-8

Adams, W.M. & Megaw, C.C. (1997) Researchers and the Rural Poor: asking questions in the Third World, 21(2), pp.215-229

Agnew, C. (2001) Evaluating Changes in Learning and Teaching, 25(3), pp.293-298

Aitchison, J. (1980) Elusive Encounters of the Phenomenological Kind, 4(2), pp.86-89

Aitken, S.C. (1994) I'd Rather Watch the Movie than Read the Book, 18(3), pp.291-307

Alexander, C.S. (1984) Textbooks in Environmental Geomorphology: a review, 8(1), pp.49-59

Anderson, J. (1978) Teaching what geography?, 2(1), pp.99-100

Anderson, K. (1998) Making a Difference: a geographer's view from the top - an interview with Fay Gale, 22(3), pp.363-374

Ansell, N. (2002) Using Films in Teaching About Africa, 26(3), pp.355-368

Appleton, L. (2002) Tutoring Relevant Geography: a People's Geography Project initiative, 26(3), pp.291-307

Ashworth, G. (1983) The Use of Data Collection Exercises in Field Courses, 7(2), pp.141-149

Aspaas, H.R. (1998) Integrating World-views and the News Media into a Regional Geography Course, 22(2), pp.211-227

Atkinson, B. (1978) What should we be teaching about the atmosphere?, 2(2), pp.38-44

Atkinson, B. (1980) Last Words on What We Should be Teaching About the Atmosphere?, 4(1), pp.91-92


Backler, A. (1979) Mastery learning: a case study and implications for instruction, 3(1), pp.68-75

Bailey, P. (1990) Letters to the Editors: A Place in the Sun?, 14(2), pp.187-188

Bailey, P.A. (1989) Place in the Sun: the role of the Geographical Association in establishing geography in the National Curriculum of England and Wales, 1975-89, 13(2), pp.149-157

Baker, A. (1995) Teaching Medical Geography Students about Seasonal Affective Disorder, 19(3), pp.325-327

Baker, A.R.H. (1997) "The Dead Don't Answer Questionnaires": researching and writing historical geography, 21(2), pp.231-243

Bale, J. & McPartland, M. (1986) Johnstonian Anarchy, Inspectorial Interest and the Undergraduate Education of PGCE students, 10(1), pp.61-70

Ball, R. (1994) Monitoring the Media: student production and use of newspaper resource files in economic geography, 18(2), pp.222-228

Ball, S. (1987) Exchanging Information and Experience, 11(1), pp.70-72

Ballantyne, R. & Sparks, R. (1991) Assessment Training in Geography Education, 15(2), pp.151-159

Barff, R. (1995) Small Classes and Research Experience for New Undergraduates: a first-year seminar programme in a geography department, 19(3), pp.299-305

Barnett, C. & Bowlby, S. (1996) How to Talk Properly and Influence People, 20(1), pp.125-127

Barrett, H. & Browne, A. (1994) Workshops in Development Geography, 18(2), pp.258

Bassett, K. (2004) Walking as an Aesthetic Practice and a Critical Tool: Some Psychogeographic Experiments, 28(3), pp. 397-410

Batty, M., Bracket et al. (1985) Teaching Spatial Modelling Using Interacting Computers and Interactive Computer Graphics, 9(1), pp.25-36

Baum, T. (1981) Towards a Relevant Research Education, 5(1), pp.103-107

Baylina, M. & Prats, M. (2003) Teaching Europe in Spanish Universities: looking for new approaches in regional geography, 27(1), pp.57-68

Beaumont, J.R. (1980) Data Collection and Analysis for Geographical Research: a postgraduate training course, 4(1), pp.75-80

Beaumont, J. (1982) Writing and the PhD Student: some extensions, 6(2), pp.176-177

Bednarz, S., Burkill, S., Lidston, J. & Rawling, E. (2000) The International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography: developing links with school education, 24(2), pp.277-284

Beer, A. & Cutler, C. (1998) Arena Symposium: An Australian Perspective on Dearing, 22(1), pp.86-92

Beesley, K. (1979) Teaching, learning and the postgraduate: the British experience, 3(2), pp.116-118

Beesley, K. (1980) On Teaching Ambitions and Prospects, 4(1), pp.82-85

Bein, F. & East, J.R. (1981) Teaching Geography on Weekends and at Shopping Malls, 5(2), pp.169-174

Bell, D. (1997) Arena Symposium: Sex Lives and Audiotape: geography, sexuality and undergraduate dissertations (1), 21(3), pp.411-417

Benn, D.I. & Dawson, M. (1987) Student Examination of Pleistocene Sediments in the Field: an appraisal, 11(1), pp.72-78

Bennett, R. (1978) Teaching mathematics in geography degrees: motivation, necessities and approach, 2(1), pp.38-46

Berg, L.D. & Roche, M.M. (1997) Market Metaphors, Neo-liberalism and the Construction of Academic Landscapes in Aotearoa/New Zealand, 21(2), pp.147-161

Beyer, J. (1979) Notes on recruiting good geography teachers, 3(2), pp.118-120

Binder, E. (1989) Feminist Geography in Austria, Switzerland and Germany, 13(1), pp.97-99

Binns, A. & Potter, R. (1989) Improving the Effectiveness of Postgraduate Supervision: never mind the quality, feel the width, 13(2), pp.210-216

Birnie, J. (1984) Problems of PhD Thesis Completion: the situation in physical geography, 8(2), pp.192-196

Birnie, J. (1999) Physical Geography at the Transition to Higher Education: the effects of prior learning, pp.49-62

Bishop, M.P. Shroder, J.F. Jr & Moore, T.K. (1995) Integration of Computer Technology and Interactive Learning in Geographic Education, 19(1), pp.97-110

Bivand, R. (1986) Geography in Poland-A Comment, 10(2), pp.196-197

Black, P. (1979) Skills versus subject matter, 3(2), pp.91-96

Blacksell, M. (1992) Geography and ERASMUS in the United Kingdom, 16(1), pp.76-83

Blake, G. (1979) Third world fieldwork: some guidelines for a programme, 3(1), pp.100-102

Blakemore, M. (1983) Cartography and Policy-making: a decision-making jungle, 7(2), pp.196-199

Bleasdale, S. (1977) After the graduation ceremony: some thoughts on geography graduate careers, 1(2), pp.71-77

Bleasdale, S. (1992) TVE and the Moving Pictures Bulletin, 16(2), pp.233

Bligh, D. (1985) What's the Use of Lectures?, 9(1), pp.105-106

Bondi, E. (1988) Fending for Ourselves: women as teachers of geography in higher education, 12(2), pp.216-218

Boothby, J. & Jackson, S. (1994) Redesign of first year methods course, 18(2), pp.262

Bovey, D. (1977) Geographer/librarian interface [No original title], 1(2), pp.97-98

Bowlby, S. & Peake, L. (1989) The Development of Feminist Geography in Britain, 13(1), pp.90-92

Boyd, W. (1996) The Significance of Significance in Cultural Heritage Studies: a role of cultural analogues in applied geography teaching, 20(3), pp.295-304

Boyd, W.E. (2002) Integrating Praxis and Scholarship: the Geography Discipline Network Key Skills in Geography in Higher Education guides, 26(1), pp.110-122

Boyle, M.J. (1984) The Nuclear Energy Debate: a film review, 8(1), pp.62-78

Bradbeer, J. (1994) Study Skills for First Year Tutorials, 18(2), pp.254

Bradbeer, J. (1996) Problem-based Learning and Fieldwork: a better method of preparation?, 20(1), pp.11-18

Bradbeer, J. (1997) Society, Nature and Place: a final-year core course in contemporary philosophical debates in geography, 21(3), pp.373-379

Bradbeer, J. (1999) Barriers to Interdisciplinarity: disciplinary discourses and student learning, 23(3), pp.381-396

Bradbeer, J. (2004) Describing numerical data in words, 28(1), pp. 153-160

Bradbeer, J., Healey, M.J. & Kneale, P. (2004) Undergraduate geographers' understandings of geography, learning and teaching: a phenomenographic study, 28(1), pp. 17-34

Bradbury, M. (1978) Some scenarios for meaningful ongoing communal interaction [Extract], 2(2), pp.100-102

Bradford, M. (1977) Some Problems of Varying Overlap between Secondary and Higher Education, 1(1), pp.80-86

Bradford, M.G. (1986) Perspectives on a Changing Geography and a Geography of Change: a review of the new Open University geography course D205, 10(2), pp.181-189

Bradford, M. (1988) Programmed Research: the multidisciplinary doctoral programme in the Social Sciences at the University of Manchester, 12(2), pp.157-159

Bradford, M.G. (1994) Arena Symposium (Searching for good practice in Postgraduate Education): Searching for good practice in Postgraduate Education, 18(3), pp.335-337

Bradford, M.G. (1994) Good Practice, 18(3), pp.371-372

Bradford, M.G. (1995) Editorial. Common Core or Food for the Political Worm?, 19(1), pp.5-9

Bradford, M. (1996) Editorial. Regulation of Geographical Education: present competition and future collaboration, 20(3), pp.277-280

Bramley, W. & Wood, P. (1982) Collaboration, Consultation and Conflict: the process of change in a teaching department, 6(1), pp.5-20

Brennan, M. (1978) The Union of Socialist Geographers in Britain, 2(1), pp.76

Bresa, J.A. (1990) The Use of Population Reference Bureau Materials in College Geography, 14(2), pp.162-164

Brey, J.A. (2000) Assessing the Use of Real-time DataStreme Weather Data in an Introductory Physical Geography Course, 24(1), pp.116-122

Bridges, E.M. (1977) Soil Geography, its Content and Literature, 1(1), pp.61-72

Briggs, J. & Gray, A. (1982) Geography in a Developing Country: the case of the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 6(1), pp.39-46

Brinegar, S.J. (2001) Female Representation in the Discipline of Geography, 25(3), pp.311-320

British Universities Film Council (1977) Did you know?..., 1(2), pp.42

Brodsky, H. (1988) Professionalism from Participation: the role of the Geography club, 12(2), pp.219-221

Brooker-Gross, S.R. (1991) Teaching about Race, Gender, Class and Geography through Fiction, 15(1), pp.35-47

Brooks, D. (1987) Small Group Discussion and Early Research Experience, 11(1), pp.69-70

Brown, A.G. (1985) 'Down to Earth', a Review of a Travelling Soils Exhibition and its Associated Literature, 9(1), pp.82-85

Brown, G.H. (1999) A Group-learning Approach to Academic and Transferable Skills Through an Exercise in the Global Positioning System, 23(3), pp.291-301

Brown, S., Bucklow, C. & Clark, P. (2002) Professionalising Teaching: enhancing the status of teaching, improving the experience of learning and supporting innovation in higher education, 26(2), pp.159-168

Browne, T.J. (1992) The Great Divide: central versus departmental support for teaching GIS, 16(2), pp.225-231

Browne, T. & Funnell, D. (1998) Arena Symposium: Using CAL and the Web for First-year Geography Methods Teaching, 22(3), pp.393-401

Brunn, S.D. (1990) Hiring, Evaluation, Promotion and Tenure Decisions in a US Geography Department, 14(2), pp.111-122

Bryson, J.R. (1997) Breaking Through the A Level Effect: a first-year tutorial in student self-reflection, 21(2), pp.163-169

Buchy, M. (2004) The challenges of 'teaching by being': the case of participatory resource management 28(1), pp. 35-47

Buckingham, D. (1994) Quality Audit: the national scene and implications for departments, 18(2), pp.168-171

Buckingham-Hatfield, S. (1995) Student:Community Partnerships: advocating Community Enterprise projects in geography, 19(2), pp.143-150

Bullard, J.E. (1998) Raising Awareness of Local Agenda 21: the use of Internet resources, 22(2), pp.201-210

Bullard, J. (2002) JGHE Biennial Award for Promoting Excellence in Teaching and Learning, 26(2), pp.209-211

Bullard, J., Hubbard, P. & Dalgleish, H. (2001) Directions: Producing Web Pages for Assessment, 25(3), pp.395-402

Bullard, J.E. & McLean, M. (2000) Jumping Through Hoops?: philosophy and practice expressed in geographers' teaching portfolios, 24(1), pp.37-52

Burgess, J. (1982) Course Books for Environmental Perception and Related Geographical Studies, 6(1), pp.71-78

Burgess, J. (1986) Appraising and Improving Performance, 10(1), pp.89

Burgess, J. (1986) Looking In: appraising and evaluating academic practice, 10(1), pp.92-93

Burgess, J. (1986) Quality and Selectivity, 10(1), pp.100-102

Burgess, J. & Jackson, P. (1992) Streetwork-an encounter with place, 16(2), pp.151-157

Burgess, J. & Jenkins, A. (1989) 'This is What it is Like'. An Interview with the Writer Geoffrey Moorhouse, 13(2), pp.127-147

Burgess, J. & Unwin, D. (1984) Exploring the Living Planet with David Attenborough, 8(2), pp.93-113

Burkill, S. (1997) Student Empowerment through Group Work: a case study, 21(1), pp.89-94

Burkill, S. (1998) Arena Symposium: Communication and Information Technology in the Skills Curriculum: a case study of an existing course and its relevance to a post-Dearing era, 22(3), pp.401-407

Burkill, S. (2002) Recognising and Rewarding Excellent Teachers: towards a strategy for geography departments, 26(3), pp.253-262

Burkill, S. & Burley, J. (1996) Getting Started on a Geography Dissertation, 20(3), pp.431-438

Burkill, S. & Abbey, C. (2004) Avoiding Plagiarism, 28(3), pp. 439-446

Burt, T.A. (1988) Practical Exercise to Demonstrate the Variable Source Area Model, 12(2), pp.177-186

Burt, T. & Butcher, D. (1986) Stimulation from Simulation? A teaching model of hillslope hydrology for use on microcomputers, 10(1), pp.23-39

Butlin, R. (1998) Arena Symposium: The Dearing Report: the regional dimension, 22(1), pp.81-86

Butlin, R.A. (1999) Teaching and Research in Geography: an introduction, 23(3), pp.397-399

Butterfield, G., Datta, K., Davie, T., Gray, M., Hall, R. & Lee, R. (1999) 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, 23(2), pp.242-247

Buttimer, A. (1987) Life Experience as a Catalyst for Cross-disciplinary Communication, 11(2), pp.133-141


Calio, S.A. (1989) Feminist Geography in Brazil, 13(1), pp.89

Callard, F. (1996) Disarmingly Simple? Negotiating the politics of academic practice, 20(1), pp.127-130

Carr, J. (1993) Responding to the UFC Exercise, 17(2), pp.195-199

Carter, D. (1982) A Video Information Service for Geographers?, 6(2), pp.161-163

Carter, D.J. (1986) Remote Sensing: a film review, 10(1), pp.77-88

Carter, F. (1980) Between East and West: geography in higher education in Yugoslavia, 4(2), pp.43-53

Carter, F. (1981) Yugoslav Geography: a case of misguided optimism, 5(2), pp.202-205

Carver, S., Evans. A. & Kingston, R. (2004) Developing and Testing an Online Tool for Teaching GIS Concepts Applied to Spatial Decision-making, 28(3), pp. 425-438

Castleford, J. & Robinson, G. (1998) Arena Symposium: Evaluating IT-based Resources for Supporting Learning and Teaching in Geography - Introduction and Overview, 22(3), pp.375-381

Castree, N. (1994) Teaching History, Philosophy and Theory: notes on representing Marxism and 'Marxist geography', 18(1), pp.33-42

Chalkley, B. (1994) Arena Symposium (Quality Audit and Quality Assessment): The Quality Era, 18(2), pp.163-167

Chalkley, B. (1995) Geography Staff Placements: nice work?, 19(2), pp.234-239

Chalkley, B. (1996) Editorial I. Geography and Teaching Quality Assessment: how well did we do?, 20(2), pp.149-158

Chalkley, B. (1997) Arena Symposium: Optical Mark Readers, 21(1), pp.99-106

Chalkley, B. (1998) Arena Symposium: An Introduction to the Dearing Report, 22(1), pp.55-60

Chalkley, B. (1998) Arena Symposium: Setting a Post-Dearing Agenda for Geography, 22(1), pp.55-60

Chalkley, B. & Craig, L. (2000) Introducing the First Benchmark Standards for Higher Education Geography, pp.395-398

Chalkley, B. & Elmes, A. (1999) 'SEED' has Germinated: staff resources on fieldwork, lab work, computer-aided learning and employer links, 23(3), pp.428-435

Chalkley, B., Fournier, E. & Hill, A.D. (2000) Geography Teaching in Higher Education: quality, assessment, and accountability, 24(2), pp.238-245

Chalmers, L. & Wall, G. (1992) Local Economic Impact Modelling: TIEBOUT, tourism and training, 16(1), pp.61-69

Chance, J. (1994) Use of Contracts to Moderate Group Marks, 18(2), pp.255

Chang, C.(2004) Transborder tourism, borderless classroom: reflections on a Hawaii-Singapore experience, 28(2), pp. 179-195

Charlesworth, S.M. & Foster, I.D.L. (1996) 'Water and Environmental Systems': achieving student-centred learning objectives with an undergraduate journal, 20(1), pp.45-54

Charman, D. & Elmes, A. (1998) Arena Symposium: A Computer-based Formative Assessment Strategy for a Basic Statistics Module in Geography, 22(3), pp.381-385

Charman, D.J. & Fullerton, H. (1995) Interactive Lectures: a case study in a geographical concepts course, 19(1), pp.57-68

Chiang, N. (1989) Feminist Geography in Taiwan, 13(1), pp.94-96

Cho, G. (1982) Experiences with a Workbook for Spatial Data Analysis, 6(2), pp.133-139

Chrisman, N.R. & Francis, J.H. (1998) Extending the Classroom: hypermedia-supported learning, 22(1), pp.11-18

Church, A. & Bull, P. (1995) Evaluating and Assessing Student Oral Presentation: a limited but effective role for employers in the geography curriculum, 19(2), pp.196-202

Church, M. (1988) Problem Orientation in Physical Geography Teaching, 12(1), pp.51-65

Churchill, R.R. & Liebowitz, R.D. (1990) Spatial Conflict and Conflict Resolution: a classroom simulation, 14(2), pp.151-156

Clark, D. (1980) Sandwiches for the Interned, 4(2), pp.84-85

Clark, D. (1996) Arena Symposium: The Changing National Context of Fieldwork in Geography, 20(3), pp.385-391

Clark, D., Healey M. & Kennedy, R. (1990) Careers for Geographers: the employment experiences of Coventry Polytechnic sandwich degree students, 14(2), pp.137-149

Clark, G. (1991) Enterprise Education in Geography at Lancaster, 15(1), pp.49-56

Clark, G. (1995) Enterprise Dissertations Revisited, 19(2), pp.207-211

Clark, G. (1997) The Educational Value of the Rural Trail: a short walk in the Lancashire countryside, 21(3), pp.349-362

Clark, G. & Higgitt, M. (1997) Geography and Lifelong Learning: a report on a survey of geography graduates, 21(2), pp.199-213

Clark, G. & Whitelegg, J. (1998) Maximising the Benefits from Work-based Learning: the effectiveness of environmental audits, 22(3), pp.325-334

Clark, M.J. (1977) Geographical Film in Higher Education: Some Problems of Application, 1(1), pp.53-60

Clark, M. (1979) The geography 16-19 project: An initial evaluation, 3(1), pp.80-82

Clark, M.J. (1985) Pleasure, only Pleasure: a perspective on the scientific media, 9(2), pp.181-185

Clark, M.J. & Gregory, K.J. (1982) Physical Geography Techniques: a self-paced university course, 6(2), pp.123-131

Claval, P. (1980) Integrating Concepts in the Teaching of Geography in Higher Education, 4(2), pp.10-15

Clayton, K. (1993) Lack of Ambition Revisited, 17(2), pp.189-191

Clifford, N.J. (1994) Redesign of Methods and Techniques Course, 18(2), pp.251

Cloke, P. (1987) Applied Rural Geography and Planning: a simple gaming technique, 11(1), pp.35-45

Cohen, M. (1981) UK/US Teacher Exchange Scheme, 5(1), pp.107-108

Coleman, A. (1978) Roots: and not only square roots, 2(1), pp.96-99

Coleman, A. (1978) Practical techniques for tutorial teaching, 2(2), pp.95-100

Coleridge, N.A. (1986) New Commercial Image for Geography?, 10(2), pp.201

Conolly, G. (1981) The Use of Four Selected Games in a Tertiary Geography Programme, 5(2), pp.121-132

Cook, A. (1984) The Value of Part-time Masters Courses, 8(1), pp.85-88

Cook, I.G. (1996) Developing Non-racist, Non-sexist Teaching in Urban and Geographical Education: a case study, 20(1), pp.130-133

Cook, I. (2000) 'Nothing Can Ever Be the Case of "Us" and "Them" Again': exploring the politics of difference through border pedagogy and student journal writing, 24(1), pp.13-27

Cooke, R. (1978) Terra infirma: geomorphology in higher education, 2(2), pp.113-115

Cooke, R. (1998) Editorial II. Enhancing Teaching Quality, 22(3), pp.283-284

Cooper, R. (1982) Introductory Statistics for Geography Students, 6(1), pp.79-81

Corbridge, S. (1985) The Green Revolution Game, 9(2), pp.171-175

Corney, G. (1983) A Conversation with an Old Student, 7(1), pp.85-89

Cosgrove, D. (1979) Ron Johnston and structuralism, 3(1), pp.106-112

Cosgrove, D. (1981) Teaching Geographical Thought Through Student Interviews, 5(1), pp.19-22

Cosgrove, D. & Daniels, S. (1989) Fieldwork as Theatre: a week's performance in Venice and its region, 13(2), pp.169-182

Couch, I. (1995) Work Experience: an alternative or a companion to the dissertation? A case study, 19(2), pp.212-216

Cousins, G. & Healey, M. (2003) Pedagogic Research Methods in Geography Higher Education, 27(3), pp.341 - 347

Cox, N. (1978) Exploratory data analysis for geographers, 2(2), pp.51-54

Cox, N.J. (1989) Teaching and Learning Spatial Autocorrelation: a review, 13(2), pp.185-190

Cox, N. & Anderson, E. (1978) Teaching geographical data analysis: problems and possible solutions, 2(2), pp.29-37

Cox, N.J. & Anderson, E. W. (1980) In Defence of Exploratory Data Analysis, 4(1), pp.85-89

Coyne, J. (1984) Geography in Area Studies: have British geographers missed the boat?, 8(1), pp.3-9

Crampton, J. (1998) Arena Symposium: A Regional Geography Class in a Distributed Learning Environment, 22(3), pp.417-423

Crang, P. (1994) Teaching Economic Geography: some thoughts on curriculum content, 18(1), pp.106-113

Creaser, H. (1978) Teaching resources: where to turn for help, 2(2), pp.60-63

Crew, J. (1978) Constructive help needed, 2(2), pp.105-106

Crewe, L. (1994) Adaptation and Change in the Teaching of Economic Geography: innovative assessment methods for group research projects, 18(2), pp.207-213

Crewe, L. (1996) Arena Symposium: Teaching Assistants. Graduate Teaching Assistants Programmes: the challenge ahead, 20(1), pp.83-89

Cromley, E.K. & Bilokur, B. (1999) In Their Own Voices: integrating foreign-language texts in regional geography courses, 23(3), pp.327-334

Croot, D. & Chalkley, B. (1999) Student Recruitment and the Geography of Undergraduate Geographers in England and Wales, pp.21-47

Cubitt, T. (1995) Graduates as a source of Employer Contacts for Link Days and a Partnership Scheme, 19(2), pp.223-226

Cutler, C. & Hay, I. (2000)'Club Dread': applying and refining an issues-based role play on environment, economy, and culture, 24(2), pp.179-197


Dalton, R. (1991) Discussion Papers: Modules and Field Studies, 15(2), pp.211

Dalton, R.T. (2001) What Do They Bring With Them? The fieldwork experiences of undergraduates on entry into higher education, 25(3), pp.379-393

D'Andrea, V-M. (1996) Starting a Teaching Assistants' Training Programme: lessons learned in the USA, 20(1), pp.89-99

Daniel, P.A. (1991) Assessing Student-led Seminars through a Process of Negotiation, 15(1), pp.57-62

Davey, J. Jones, R. et al. (1995) Issues and Trends in Textbook Publishing: the views of geography editors/publishers, 19(1), pp.11-27

Davidson, N. & Jones P. (1985) Mapping with Micros: teaching introductory computer cartography [Note erratum in v10.1 p.5], 9(2), pp.147-155

Dawson, F. (1994) Good Practice for Postgraduate Training: the postgraduate response, 18(3), pp.370-371

Day, J. (1985) Geo Abstracts Offline, 9(2), pp.200

Day, K. & Watts, D. (1994) Reflections on Postgraduate Training: the Sheffield experience, 18(3), pp.366-370

Deadman, P., Brent Hall, G., Bain, T., Elliot, L. & Dudycha, D. (2000) Interactive GIS Instruction Using a Multimedia Classroom, pp.365-380

Dean, C. (1978) Fundamental human geography in The Open University, 2(2), pp.46-51

Del Casino Jr, V.J. (2004) Scaling health and healthcare: re-presenting Thailand's HIV/AIDS epidemic with world regional geography students, 28(2), pp. 333-346

Delyser, D. (2003) Teaching Graduate Students to Write: a seminar for thesis and dissertation writers, 27(2), pp.169-181

Derbyshire, E. (1983) Geography in Higher Education in China, 7(1), pp.78-81

Desforges, L. & Jones, R. (2004) Learning Geography Bilingually, 28(3), pp. 411-424

DiBiase, D. (2000) Is Distance Education a Faustian Bargain?, 24(1), pp.130-135

DiBiase, D. & Rademacher, H.J. (2005) Scaling Up: Faculty Workload, Class Size, and Student Satisfaction in a Distance Learning Course on Geographic Information Science, 29(1), pp. 139-158

Dingsdale, A. (1993) Resources in Europe (Continued) ERASMUS and TEMPUS: contrasting but complementary schemes, 17(1), pp.79-82

Doherty, J. (1982) Geography, Eucation and Ideology in Tanzania, 6(2), pp.173-176

Dolphin, P. (1982) Some Recent Developments in British Academic Libraries and their implications for the geographer, 6(1), pp.62-69

Domosh, M. (1996) Challenging 'The Bell Curve', 20(1), pp.133-134

Doughty. R. (1977) Teaching geography [No original title], 1(2), pp.96-97

Douglas, I. (1985) Tutorials: things we could do better, 9(2), pp.192-195

Douglas, I. (1986) Too Many Third Year Options?, 10(2), pp.191-195

Dove, J. (1997) Perceptual Geography through Urban Trails, 21(1), pp.79-88

Droogleever Fortuijn, J. (2002) Internationalising Learning and Teaching: a European experience, 26(3), pp.263-273

Ducatel, K. (1987) ESRC Training Week: the 1985 and 1986 positivist courses in retrospect, 11(1), pp.66-68

Dunn, R. (1989) Building Regression Models: the importance of graphics, 13(1), pp.15-30

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Wilson, J. (1995) The Diffusion of Epidemics on Networks, 19(3), pp.322-325

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Wright, D. (1978) Field study: why not the Third World?, 2(2), pp.115-117

Wright, D. (1988) Destroying the Seedcorn? Is There a Crisis in the Training of Geography Teachers in England?, 12(2), pp.210-213

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Yeoh, B.S.A., Huang, S. & Wong, T. (2004) Gender representation in geography: Singapore, 28(1), pp. 121-131

Young, C. (1988) The Doctoral Programme at the University of Edinburgh: an historical geographer's view, 12(2), pp.167-170

Young, C. (1998) Directions: Giving Oral Presentations, 22(2), pp.263-268

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Zerger, A., Bishop, I.D., Escobar, F. & Hunter, G.J. (2002) A Self-Learning Multimedia Approach for Enriching GIS Education, 26(1), pp.67-80

Zhang, L-S. (1995) Geographical Textbooks for Chinese Undergraduate Students, 19(3), pp.353-354

Zhou, Y., Smith, B.W. & Spinelli, J.G. (1999) Impacts of Increased Student Career Orientation on American College Geography Programmes, 23(2), pp.157-165

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