Annotated Bibliography 3: Social Media in the Classroom

This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of key readings related to the the use of social media and discussion forms within classes.

Annotated Bibliography 2: Learning Analytics

This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of key readings related to the field of learning analytics and how learning analytics can be used to improve pedagogical approaches.

Annotated Bibliography 1: Virtual Field Trips

This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of key readings related to field trips and virtual field trips.

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources

This website was developed to host open education resources (OER) generated by the Flexible Learning Project for the Environment and Sustainability Program in the Department of Geography at UBC. Materials posted on this website typically are under a CC-BY-SA 4.0 license. We invite members of the geography community to submit OER that we will evaluate to potentially host on this website.

Accessible Field Trips

Accessible Field Trips

Using rapidly evolving 360 degree filming and photography technologies, instructors, TAs, and students have created virtual reality and augmented reality fieldtrips and tours that examine a variety of topics from natural hazards throughout the region to the historical geography of downtown Vancouver.

Supporting Authentic Learning

Supporting Authentic Learning

We are committed to principles of Open Pedagogy – creating effective learning experiences that rely on and result in openly-licensed educational resources. As a result, many of our students generate public scholarship that we are able to share. Please explore student generated work at http://environment.geog.ubc.ca/.

Flexible Learning Project: Guiding Principles

The guiding principles of the Flexible Learning Project in the Department of Geography, UBC