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RESOURCE SYSTEMS & COURSE WEBS THE LEARNING WEB BOOK WEBS & WEB BOOKS



Virtual Geography Project (Texas/Colorado)


Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science (CSISS), Santa Barbara | Learning Resources | The Classics


Economic Geography Research Group (UK)


Geography Resources: On-line Course Subject Index -- Economic & Urban Geography


Economic & Business Geography Courses

What is a Learning Web?
An integrated system of Internet-based, hypertextually organized course or program materials, resources, links to resources and communication opportunities designed to facilitate learning environments and active, student-centered processes in the classroom and beyond.

Content Map:

  1. Introduction

  2. Location & Spatial Distribution

  3. Spatial Interaction

  4. Economic_Change &_Development

  5. Regional Economic Analysis

  6. Geography and Cyberspace

  7. Student Research & Writing

  8. Evaluation_&_Learning Documentation
Transportation Geography (Jean-Paul Rodrigue)


Migration and Local Labor Markets (Stephan J. Goetz)


The Geography of the New Economy Revised 2000 (R. D. Norton)


Regional Impact Models (William A. Schaffer)


Analysis of Land Use Change: Theoretical and Modeling Approaches (Helen Briassoulis)


Industrial and Regional Clusters: Concepts and Comparative Applications (Edward M. Bergman and Edward J. Feser)



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