Cognition: A Key Factor in Interpretation and Visualization?
Conceptual Mobility of Geoscience Concepts in Introductory College-Level Courses: Results from Pre- and Post-testing with the Geoscience Concept Inventory
Steven W. Anderson, University of Northern Colorado and Julie Libarkin, Michigan State University
Kimberly A. Hannula, Fort Lewis College
Clare E. Bond and Robert Butler, University of Aberdeen
Brian Whalley, Sheffield University
Thomas F. Shipley and Kinnari Atit, Temple University; Cathryn A. Manduca and Carol J. Ormand, SERC, Carleton College; Ilyse Resnick, Temple University; and Basil Tikoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Eric M. Riggs, Texas A&M University and Juan S. Herrera, Purdue University
What Do Geoscience Experts and Novices Look At and What Do They See When Viewing and Interpreting Data Visualizations?
Kim A. Kastens, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University; Thomas F. Shipley and Alex Boone, Temple University
Three-dimensional presentation of the earth and planets in classrooms and science centers with a spherical screen
Akinori Saito, Kyoto University; Takuya Tsugawa, NICT; Yoko Odagi, Kyoto University; Noriyuki Nishi, Kyoto University; Shin'ichi Miyazaki, Kyoto University; and Hiroki Ichikawa, Ehime University