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  • Census analysis and GIS - unit 3 

    Durham, H. (Helen); Rees, P. (Phil) (University of Leeds, 2013-08)
    Unit 3 of the Census analysis and GIS module deals with the Census data matrix: distribution, composition and change percentages, location quotients, indicators of change and indicators of diversity (Entropy Index). The ...

  • Census analysis and GIS - unit 4 

    Durham, H. (Helen); Rees, P. (Phil) (University of Leeds, 2013-08)
    This object is subtitled, 'Mapping census data for large areas, map resources and techniques'. It contains a tutorial, a PowerPoint presentation and an activity sheet. The tutorial gives guidance and links to learning ...

  • Census analysis and GIS- unit 1 

    Durham, H. (Helen); Rees, P. (Phil) (University of Leeds, 2013-08)
    Unit 1: introduction to the Census outlines the Census analysis and GIS module syllabus and assessments. Covers the resources available including census data sets, recommended books, articles and manuals and a list of ...

  • Census analysis and GIS- unit 2 

    Durham, H. (Helen); Rees, P. (Phil) (University of Leeds, 2013-08)
    Unit 2 of the Census analysis and GIS module deals with the Census data system: procedures, outputs and geography. The unit looks at how data is generated from the census focusing particularly on the census area statistics. ...

  • Evaluating Information 

    Unknown author (University of Leeds, 2013-04)
    With so much information out there, how can you decide what to use? Not everything you find, especially stuff you come across on the web, is of a good standard! You need to be able think critically and judge what is relevant ...

  • Faults 

    McCaig, A. (Andrew); Lloyd, G. (Geoff); Casey, M. (Martin); Butler, R. (Rob) (University of Leeds, 2014-05)
    Topics include normal faults, thrust faults, strike-slip faults, faults and stress, and soft-linked fault systems. The site features explanations of the three basic types of faults with informative diagrams and a photo gallery.

  • Field Project Tutorials 

    McCaig, A. (Andrew); Lloyd, G. (Geoff); Butler, R. (Rob) (University of Leeds, 2014-05)
    This virtual five-day field mapping project allows students to construct a geological map from data provided by the web site. Students collect geologic, structural, paleontologic, strain and microstructural data observed ...

  • Frankenstein in context 

    Higgins, D. (David) (University of Leeds, 2014-03)
    This podcast examines how Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein (1818) engages with the ideas of the influential eighteenth-century thinker Jean-Jacques Rousseau. It draws on his revolutionary individualism and also on the ...

  • Math Solutions 

    Not available (University of Leeds, 2013-08)
    Maths Solutions features experienced teachers demonstrating solutions to a series of maths problems that are known to challenge students. The solutions are presented as a series of short video clips displayed on the ...

  • Reading Skills 

    Unknown author (University of Leeds, 2013-04)
    This tutorial provides a brief introduction to the topic of academic reading.