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View Resource International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge

\When thinking about visualizing data, some might think of the ground-breaking work of people like Edward Tufte. The National Science Foundation (NSF) is intimately interested in visualizing science and engineering data, and they have sponsored this annual challenge for other interested parties working in this field. Each year, the NSF and the journal "Science" work together to assemble a panel...

View Resource Visualizing Concepts Through Technology

In this professional development video from Getting Results, a chemical operations instructor and one of his students discuss how classroom technology can ready students for work in industry. A student tells how a particular technology model in his classroom helps him understand the technology in the field. The class visits a local processing plant where they talk with industry professionals and...

View Resource University of Maryland, Human-Computer Interaction Lab

"From the Internet to robotics, technology is changing the way people live and learn. As new technologies become ever more critical to people's lives, it is important to design them to support people in their roles as learners, explorers, and workers." The Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland is an interdisciplinary lab comprised of faculty and students from...

View Resource Computers in Chemistry at Cabrillo College

The goal of the Computers in Chemistry at Cabrillo College (C4) Project is to improve the learning of chemical concepts through the use of computer visualization. C4 produces and disseminates software to be used in chemistry and biology classrooms, both in colleges and high schools. The project specializes in the design and educational use of molecular visualizations and animations. C4 is...

View Resource Spatial Data Relationships in Geoscience Data

This site from SERC's Starting Point encourages the user to recognize relationships between modern GIS and traditional geoscience spatial analysis methods. Links to example GIS exercises and exercises and visualizations that emphasize spatial data relationships in geoscience are provided.

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