Annotated Bibliographies

Established journals (such as the Journal of Geography in Higher Education) provide forums for geographers to discuss contemporary concerns in educational practices, present educational research, and to advocate innovative pedagogical practices. While drawing from these established sources, we also found materials from other sources inĀ peer-reviewed publications and grey literature that informed our work. We have created a public reading list for most of the literature we found, but we also have have created several annotated bibliographies of resources that we found useful for exploring the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) in relation to pedagogy within the discipline of geography and to the institutional contexts in which we teach and learn. See the below links to access these resources.

Public Reading List (Mendeley library)

https://www.mendeley.com/groups/7186151/flexible-learning-project-ubc-geography/papers/

Annotated Bibliography Series

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

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.

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

This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of readings related to the the flexible labour practices in academia – both in reference to faculty and to student labour.

This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of key readings related to flexible learning, with particular attention to readings relevant to geography and environmental studies.

This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of key readings related to open science with particular attention to readings relevant to geography and environmental studies. It includes a timeline that cites pivotal moments in the development of open science.