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International Network for Learning and Teaching in Geography



The INLT was established at the International Symposium for Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education in Honolulu in March 1999. Since then meetings have been held regularly at AAG conferences, IGU congresses, and RGS-IBG Congresses. For a full list of events, see here. Following peer-review, the outcomes from these workshops have been published in the Journal of Geography in Higher Education in Vols 30(1); 32(1); 35(3); 40(1); 40(3); 42(1) and online first.

The goal of the network is to improve the quality and status of learning and teaching of geography in higher education internationally, to share resources and establish a global community of practice in geography higher education.


  1. Promoting innovative, creative, and collaborative research as well as critical reflection on learning and teaching of geography
  2. Facilitating the exchange of materials, ideas, and experiences about learning and teaching of geography and to stimulate international dialogue
  3. Creating an inclusive international community aimed at raising the profile and status of learning and teaching of geography.

What is an INLT meeting like? Read some INLT Dorking reflections here as Greg Thomas, Nick Bearman, Emma Hill and Michael deMers talk about their experiences!