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Higher Education resources for geography

Through resources, events, programmes, exhibitions, policy consultation responses and briefings, the Society aims to support high quality teaching and learning in geography. Use the search box and filters to access more resources.

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Research Group Professional Development Series: Mentoring for Teaching and Scholarship Career Development

Research Group Professional Development Series: A Note on Interdisciplinarity

A history of the Society's Collections catalogues

A guide to the history and structures of the Society's historic Collections catalogues, to be read alongside our guidance for using the Collections.

Unlocking the archives

This resource discusses the Unlocking the archives project, a major initiative undertaken by the Society from 2000-2004 to open up its building and Collections to new audiences, funded by the Heritage Lottery Foundation.

Research Group Professional Development Series: What is good mentoring?

Top ten tips for writing a conference abstract

This resource, written by Dr Phil Emmerson for the RGS-IBG's Postgraduate Forum, provides 10 top tips for writing a conference abstract

Teaching and Scholarship Forum (TeaS)

A forum for meeting, sharing and supporting teaching and scholarship in higher education.

Joining a Research Group

This resource is intended as an introduction to joining a Research Group and will be particularly beneficial for those new to geography, new to the Society and to postgraduate and early career researchers.

New to teaching: situating your subject in pedagogic theories

Fieldwork and care

Examples of current best practice funding policies and recent publications in the area of fieldwork and care.

Resources on and for bystanders

Resources on and for bystanders in situations of discrimination, harassment and bullying.

Enabling equitable cultures: social class

A collection of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) resources with relevance to social class.