- Assessment and feedback
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- Using open-source GIS in teaching
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- PeerWise: a repository for student-designed MCQs
- Using avatars in a virtual world to teach a distance-learning course
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- Preparing students for research using virtual labs and a journal club
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- Internationalisation of the curriculum and global citizenship
- Key skills and PPD
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- Problem-based learning
- Research-based learning
- Small-group teaching
- Teaching administration
"Teaching what is at the cutting edge makes the need to fully grasp the basic principles become more obvious."
Professor Alan Aylward, Dept of Physics and Astronomy
Using open-source GIS in teaching
7 August 2013
In this video, Liz Jones from UCL Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEGE) discusses the pros and cons of using open-source Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in teaching undergraduate students.
The presentation slides are available to download below the video.
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