GIS as a Tool in Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies: Student, Teacher, and Community Perspectives
Meridian Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 1097-9778
Describes an application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology as a tool in an environmental community-service project in which students and adult community members participated in water-quality monitoring and biological assessment. Discusses issues and problems associated with technology in education and recommends a balance of experiential learning and virtual learning. (AEF)
Alibrandi, M. (1998). GIS as a Tool in Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies: Student, Teacher, and Community Perspectives. Meridian, 1(2), 1-10.
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Richard Huber, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States
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Marsha Alibrandi, Rita Hagevik & Shannon White, North Carolina State Univ., United States
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Marsha Alibrandi, North Carolina State University, United States; Timothy Keiper, Western Washington University, United States
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