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FDTL Guides: "Good Teaching, Learning and Assessment Practices in Geography"

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DfEE Guides: "Key Skills in Geography in Higher Education"

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Disability Guides: "Learning Support for Disabled Students Undertaking Fieldwork and Related Activities"

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Other on-line Publications and Reports:

* Birnie, J. (1999) Key Skills of Students on Entry to Geography in Higher Education
* Clark, G. (Ed.) (1991) Geography and Enterprise in Higher Education. A conference held at Lancaster University on 15-16 April 1991
* Cottingham, C., Healey, M. & Gravestock, P. (2001) Fieldwork in the Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Higher Education Curriculum: an annotated bibliography
* Gibbs, G. (1988) Learning by Doing: A Guide to Teaching and Learning Methods (London, Further Education Unit)
* Gold, J.R. et al. (1991) Teaching Geography in Higher Education
* Gravestock, P. & Healey, M. (1999) Key Skills in Geography in Higher Education: Interim Report
* Gravestock, P. & Healey, M. (2000) Key Skills in Geography in Higher Education: Final Report
* Hall, T. (1999) Key Skills in Geography in Higher Education: a survey report
* Hall, T., Harrison, M. & Healey, M. (2000) The Experience of Academic Departments and Disability Support Units in Providing Learning Support for Students Undertaking Fieldwork and Related Activities: Report on Surveys
* Healey, M. (1998) Developing and Internationalising Higher Education Networks in Geography, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 22(3), pp.277-282
* Healey, M. (2000) How to Put Scholarship into Teaching, Times Higher Education Supplement, 4 February, pp.40-41
* Healey, M., Jenkins, A. & Kneale, P. (2000) Small worlds on an interconnected planet: teaching and learning geography in higher education, Paper based on a workshop presented at the 7th International Improving Student Learning Conference, Improving Student Learning Through the Disciplines, York, September 1999. Subsequently published in Rust, C. (Ed) (2000) Improving Student Learning: Improving Student Learning Through the Disciplines. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, Oxford Brookes University, pp.131-140
* Healey, M., Robinson, G. & Castleford, J. (1996) Innovation in Geography Teaching in Higher Education: Developing the Potential of Computer-assisted Learning, in van der Zipp, T; van der Schee, & Trimp, H (compilers) Proceedings: Commission on Geographical Education, 28th Congress of the International Geographical Union, The Hague, 4-10 August 1996, pp.199-203
* Healey, M., Robinson, G. & Castleford, J. (1998) Developing Good Educational Practice: Integrating GeographyCal into University Courses, In: Proceedings of the Institute of Australian Geographers and New Zealand Geographical Society Second Joint Conference, Hobart, Australia, Department of Geography, The University of Waikato
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Jenkins, A. & Healey, M. (2000) Get disciplined: geographic perspectives, HERDSA News 22(1), pp.11-13

* Jenkins, A. & Pepper, D. (1988) Case studies from Enhancing Employability and Educational Experience:
a manual on teaching communication and groupwork skills in higher education
(Birmingham Polytechnic, Standing Conference for Educational Development, Occasional Paper No. 27)
* Jenkins, A. & Ward, A. (Editors) (1995) Developing Skill-based Curricula through the Disciplines: Case Studies of Good Practice in Geography, SEDA paper 89
* Marshall, D., Cottingham, C., Healey, M. & Gravestock, P. (2001) Providing Learning Support for Disabled Students in Higher Education, with particular reference to Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences: A Selective Annotated Bibliography
* Rollinson, H. (2001) Origins: An Introductory Web-based Learning Package on the Origins of the Earth and the Origins of Life
* Shepherd, I. (1992) An Annotated Bibliography of Computer Assisted Learning, published by the CTI Centre for Geography, Geology and Meteorology, Leicester
* Ward, A., Jones, L. & Jenkins, A. (2002) What Use is a Degree? Life-stories of University Graduates


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