References about visual learning and spatial intelligence
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Multiple Modalities and Multiple Frames of Reference for Spatial Knowledge part of SERC Print Resource Collection
S. M. Freundschuh, H. A. Taylor
Spatial Schemas in Depictions part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Depictions, such as maps, that portray visible things are ancient whereas graphics, such as charts and diagrams, that portray things that are inherently not visible, are relatively modern inventions. ...
Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of GIS-based Learning Materials in an Introductory Geoscience Course part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Michelle Hall-Wallace, Carla M. McAuliffe
Classroom observations were used to implement course redesign so that students could complete activities with minimal instruction in GIS. Quantitative measures of student knowledge were determined ...
Relationship between Earth Science Education and Spatial Visualization part of SERC Print Resource Collection
N. Orion, D. Ben-Chaim, Y. Kali
Spatial Abilities of High-School Students in the Perception of Geologic Structures part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Y. Kali, N. Orion
Spatial abilities are required to study structural geology. The Geo3D software which the authors of the article have created allows high school students to perceive geological structures and envision ...
Readings in Information Visualization: Using Vision to Think part of SERC Print Resource Collection
S. Card, J. Mackinlay, B. Shneiderman
This book defines the field of information visualization and presents several classic papers of the discipline, with introductions and discussions of each paper. The book presents papers which focus ...
Diagrammatic Reasoning: Cognitive and Computational Perspectives part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J. Glasgow, N. H. Narayanan, B. Chandrasekaran
Multimedia Instruction: Lessons from Evaluation of a Theory-based Design part of SERC Print Resource Collection
M. Hegarty, J. Quilici, N. H. Narayanan, S. Holmquist, R. Moreno
This article discusses three experiments implemented to evaluate hypermedia and multimedia manuals. It was found that unique characteristics of hypermedia do not provide a significant comprehension ...
Visual Language part of SERC Print Resource Collection
R. E. Horn
Why a Diagram is (Sometimes) Worth Ten Thousand Words part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J. H. Larkin, H. A. Simon
Information is processed differently when presented in textual form as compared to in the form of a diagram. In this article, the authors compare informationally equivalent diagrams with texts. The ...