Something for Everyone? An Evaluation of the Use of Audio-Visual Resources in Geographical Learning in the UK
Journal of Geography in Higher Education Volume 23, Number 1, ISSN 0309-8265
Reports from a survey of geographers that canvassed experiences using audio-visual resources to support teaching. Suggests that geographical learning has embraced audio-visual resources and that they are employed effectively. Concludes that integration of audio-visual resources into mainstream curriculum is essential to ensure effective and sustainable deployment of new technologies. (DSK)
McKendrick, J.H. & Bowden, A. (1999). Something for Everyone? An Evaluation of the Use of Audio-Visual Resources in Geographical Learning in the UK. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 23(1), 9-19.
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