Client-Oriented Projects: GIS Course Design with the Potential to Serve Multiple Constituents
Project-based learning geared toward a client provides the instructor with an applied method for classroom teaching. This article provides detailed information on how to incorporate project-based assignments into public administration courses. Student evaluations indicate that students perceive their learning to be more effective when it is project-based and client- or real-world oriented. This article looks at the integration of project-based assignments to coursework even when there is no identified "real" client.
Susan G. Mason. "Client-Oriented Projects: GIS Course Design with the Potential to Serve Multiple Constituents" Journal of Public Affairs Education 14.2 (2008): 241-252.
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