This page last updated July 2008 and now ARCHIVED.
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Disclaimer: The Internet is constantly changing. All external hyperlinks are subject to change as sites are updated or become redundant.
No responsibility can be taken for the content of these external sites, which are outside my control. If you find a dead link amongst the 6000+ external links, please let me know and I'll update or remove it. If you think your site would be of interest to the geographical educational community, please let me know and I'll add you to the site. If you recognise material that you own the copyright to, please get in touch and I'll remove it, or add a credit if it's not already there. Please note that the RGS-IBG support refers to the Geo Blogs project and the Google Earth project: Earth: a Users Guide, and not other areas of the website.
Thanks to the Animation Factory for some of the animated GIFS, Quick Screen Capture for the screen captures, and other sites for various bits of content. Thanks to Ian Murray's GeographyPhotos for some of the images, Val Vannet for loads of others & resources and hospitality, various local schools, other SLN Geography forum posters (notably David Rayner, Noel Jenkins, Tony Cassidy and LittleMiss Sunshine) and my past and present teaching colleagues and all those people who've e-mailed me suggesting links and giving resources. The list is too long to mention everybody.
Also thanks to those who were involved with my BPRS, the RGS-IBG for their support of Geo Blogs and the Google Earth Users Guide, David Lambert and all at the Geographical Association, Dan, David and all at Give Geography its Place, and Rob Lodge and past and present colleagues on the GA SPC.
Thanks also to Paul for some Visual Basic coding for MiniGeogs. If we all give a little....
Other image credits specifically to Sally Parkinson, Simon Hathaway and Steve Johnston.
Creative Commons means you can take any of my images and text as long as it's not for financial gain, and you tell people where you got it from. Thanks ! Remember that only applies to my stuff. Would be nice to get a mention, but there are websites out there with my stuff on and no credit.
Please note this site has no site map or any of those other things that it should really have. Sorry if that's an issue for you. Isn't the Internet fun ?!
All opinions expressed on the site are personal, and not those of my employers, and are probably some years old anyway, and may well have changed since then....
Copyrighted material is likely to have been included as part of 'fair use' or 'acceptable use' policies. The intention is not to profit, but to illustrate the link with Geography, and in many cases, will have led to more interest in the product being mentioned from within the geographical community.
Book graphic: Copyright Mark Jarvis, 2001 - cheers big fella !