Resources for mental health and wellbeing in HE geography

A number of resources are available to help university staff understand and address mental health and wellbeing issues in higher education.

Principles for Undergraduate Field Courses

The Council of Heads of Geography in UK Higher Education Institutions' (CHGHEI) principles for planning and delivering undergraduate fieldwork, guided by evidence and good practice.

Field, lab and practical-based teaching

Dr Lynda Yorke (Bangor University) and Dr Simon Tate (Newcastle University)

The Geological Society Higher Education Network

A network to discuss and develop best practice across a range of shared interests within Geology.

Encountering emotions during international fieldwork

Developing emotional intelligence and resilience to support innovative pedagogies.

Royal Institute of Navigation Webinars

A series of free-to-access webinars produced by the Royal Institute of Navigation

Landscape, heritage and cultural geography in the Lake District

David Matless discusses taking third-year geography students to the Lake District to explore heritage conservation, landscape and cultural geography.

Innes Keighren - New York historical geography fieldtrip

Innes Keighren (Royal Holloway, University of London) talks about taking students to New York for a fieldtrip.

Fieldwork principle 1: Learning in the field

Resources to support the Society's principles for undergraduate fieldwork courses.

Fieldwork principle 2: Sustainable fieldwork

Resources to support the Society's principles for undergraduate fieldwork courses

Fieldwork principle 3: Safe, responsible and ethical fieldwork

Resources to support the Society's principles for undergraduate fieldwork courses.

Fieldwork principle 5: Staff in the field

Resources to support the Society's principles for undergraduate fieldwork courses.

Citizen sensing: a toolkit

A project exploring how open-source software, hardware, digital maker practices and open design could be used by local communities to create their own sensing tools, make sense of their environments and address pressing environmental problems in air, water, soil and noise pollution.