International Virtual Field Trips: A New Direction?
Journal of Geography in Higher Education Volume 24, Number 2, ISSN 0309-8265
Traces the evolution of virtual field trips and discusses both the advantages and disadvantages of the virtual field trip. Explores three approaches to improving the interactivity of virtual field trips (interactive field exercises, generic software, and student-centered Web sites). Includes references. (CMK)
Stainfield, J., Fisher, P., Ford, B. & Solem, M. (2000). International Virtual Field Trips: A New Direction?. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 24(2), 255.
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