This diverse collection of teaching resources explores our connection with place and environment, and as part of this, the unique geographical, architectural, or archaeological qualities that specific landscapes or sites hold.


A resource investigating notions of borders and boundaries in terms of geographical edges and national borders or social structures that separate and divide people.


A series of assignments for students exploring how connections can be made through photography – from collaboration and exchanging photographs as a form of visual conversation to appropriation and photographing blindfolded.


A resource exploring what home means to each of us, how we can represent places of significance through photography and define our sense of home.

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