Arthur Gill Green
By Arthur Gill Green on February 25, 2016
This annotated bibliography summarizes a number of key readings related to the the use of social media and discussion forms within classes.
By Arthur Gill Green on February 10, 2016
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By Arthur Gill Green on January 11, 2016
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.
By Arthur Gill Green on November 11, 2015
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