What is Time for Geography?
Time for Geography is an education and outreach project, make inspiring geography learning videos, freely available to all. We are a collaborative team of teachers, academics, developers and film-makers with a passion for geography. Find out about our vision and mission here.
Do Time for Geography videos apply to a particular exam board?
Our videos are not based on a specific exam board specification, but have been developed taking the different exam boards into consideration. Content and question types do vary from one exam board to the next, so it is important to check the specification for your particular exam board.
On what devices can I watch a video?
On smart phones, tablets and computers. You can also stream from your browser onto a TV through Apple TV or Chromecast.
Which web browsers are supported?
Why are the videos not appearing?
Why is the video not streaming?
You may need to check your Wi-Fi or mobile data connection.
Do I need to install software to use Time for Geography?
No. As long as your device has one of the supported internet browsers installed, you can use all our content without having to install additional software.
I’m having problems signing in. What should I do?
Make sure that you have entered your login details correctly and that CAPS LOCK is turned off (passwords are case-sensitive). If you are still having trouble logging in, please contact us.
Mobile and 3G / 4G network costs.
We recommend that you stream videos when connected to Wi-Fi. You can also stream videos when connected to 3G/4G, but please remember your mobile operator may charge for the data you use on their network. If you’re unsure how much 3G/4G data costs or what your data allowance is, please contact your mobile network operator. Mobile network operators calculate data usage by the megabyte (MB) and you may have a monthly data usage allowance.
My video has a poor resolution. What should I do?
Time for Geography uses the Vimeo video streaming, which adapts the resolution of the video depending on the speed of your internet connection. You can increase the resolution by clicking on the HD pop-up menu at the bottom of the video player. However, if your connection speed is slow, the video may pause to buffer. If this happens, try reducing the resolution again.