|Title: ||Practitioner perspectives on the use of technology in fieldwork teaching|
|Affiliation: ||Bournemouth University ; University of Chester ; University of Leicester ; University of St Andrews|
|Citation: ||Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2007, 31(2), pp. 319-330|
|Journal: ||Journal of Geography in Higher Education|
|Issue Date: ||May-2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/03098265.asp|
|Abstract: ||This article discusses the role of C&IT within field courses. The general level of usage of C&IT in the field was established through a national survey of field courses. This was supplemented by an expert group analysis, which focused on the reasons behind the use of C&IT in the field. It was concluded that most use of C&IT in the field is driven by technological rather than pedagogic innovation.|
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|Appears in Collections: ||Geography and Development Studies |
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