Geography Super Curricular Resources

Need help with finding some super curricular reading for Geography? Check out these online resources:

Ask the Geographer - explore different areas of Geography with podcasts by Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Schools

British Geological Survey - The British Geological Survey is a world-leading geological survey and global geoscience organisation, focused on public-good science for government and research to understand earth and environmental processes.

Career prospects- Geography - A degree in Geography opens up a plethora of avenues in terms of career choice. Current students and alumni from the School of Geography and the Environment answer the most commonly asked questions, and give a taste of what being a Geography student at Oxford is really like, so you can decide whether studying here might be for you.

Costing the Earth Podcast - this BBC Radio 4 programme explores fresh ideas from the sharpest minds working towards a cleaner, greener planet

Geographical Magazine - published in the UK since 1935, Geographical is the offical magazine of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Informative, authoritative and educational, this site’s content covers a wide range of subject areas, including geography, culture, wildlife and exploration, illustrated with superb photography.

Geography Taster Lecture - Professor Anna Lora-Wainwright discusses the complexity of citizenship in this virtual lecture.

National Geographic is a magazine which explores lots of different areas of the world around us

Time for Geography - Time for Geography brings together a unique community of geographers, film-makers and educators, with experience from across the spectrum of geography. 

World Mapper - Worldmapper is a collection of world maps called cartograms, where territories are resized on each map according to the subject of interest. Our range of maps is continuously extended and updated. Explore the world as you’ve never seen it before!