AffiliationUniversity of Gloucestershire ; Texas A&M University ; Dalhousie University ; University of Waikato ; University of Chester ; University of New South Wales
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AbstractThis article discusses e-learning from a wide range of teaching and learning contexts. The authors promote the idea that considering best practice with reference to educational technology will increase the versatility of teaching geography in higher education.
CitationJournal of Geography in Higher Education, 2008, 32(1), pp. 135-149.
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