Virtual Biodiversity and its Educational Potential: a review of the ARKive Education Research Project

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaking Sense of Teaching and Learning Through Environmental Education Research
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of a FERN Research Seminar held at the Chelsea Physic Garden, London, 17 November 2000
EditorsM Rickinson, D Sanders
PublisherNational Foundation for Education Research & Chelsea Physic Garden
Pages31-40
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Shabajee, P. (2001). Virtual Biodiversity and its Educational Potential: a review of the ARKive Education Research Project. In M. Rickinson, & D. Sanders (Eds.), Making Sense of Teaching and Learning Through Environmental Education Research: Proceedings of a FERN Research Seminar held at the Chelsea Physic Garden, London, 17 November 2000 (pp. 31-40). National Foundation for Education Research & Chelsea Physic Garden.