How location data should be used responsibly and ethically
A conversation with Chartered Geographer Doug Specht from the University of Westminster on how location data can be used more responsibly, and why the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has signed up to the Locus Charter.
Doug and colleagues from the University of Westminster have produced some introductory resources to provide some extra guidance and support around ethics and data use for the NEA.
Dr Andrew Brooks is a Lecturer in Development Geography at King’s College London.
Would overcoming Africa’s digital divide help tackle the more fundamental development gap?
This section contains a selection of teaching resources that were produced by the Met Office education team for Key Stage One (up to the age of seven)
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