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Don Boyes

  • Senior Lecturer
  • University of Toronto Department of Geography
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Research interests

higher educationteaching with technologyGIS

About

I specialize in teaching the theory and application of geographic information systems (GIS) to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Toronto. I currently teach about 200 unique students each year spread over five different GIS courses. I work with and advise students and faculty from a variety of disciplines on various aspects of GIS. I have a strong interest in the scholarship of teaching and pedagogical development. As a Senior Lecturer, I am a full-time, permanent faculty member specializing in teaching. Our department is one of the oldest and largest geography departments in North America, with over 2,500 undergraduate and 200 graduate students enrolled in geography courses each term on the downtown (St. George) campus. The University of Toronto is Canada’s largest university, with over 75,000 students enrolled across three campuses.

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  • Ashok Peddi

    Ashok PeddiISEGI,New University of Lisbon

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  • Ashok Peddi

    Ashok PeddiISEGI,New University of Lisbon

Professional experience

Senior Lecturer

Geography, University of Toronto

July 2001 - Present

Education

Ph.D., GIS, remote sensing, fluvial geomorphology

University of Western Ontario

September 1993 - May 1999(6 years)

M.Sc., GIS, remote sensing, fluvial geomorphology

University of Western Ontario

September 1989 - June 1991(2 years)

B.Sc.

Queen's University

September 1985 - May 1989(4 years)