So STEM. I talked about what it means to me in an earlier brief post. I most often hear it as an acronym for “science, technology, engineering, and math,” as in “STEM Education” (in fact,… Read More
One of the main goals of the UF Ag-STEM lab is to help re-connect what have become separate, siloed disciplines: science and agriculture. I have a research publication out about the potential to do that in… Read More
I’m headed to NARST and AERA in Chicago next week. I’ll be presenting at NARST in two sessions: The Basu Scholars Symposium and a Strand 2 Session Tuesday morning.
In reading an article on public perceptions of agriculture, I decided I wanted to track down a citation contained in it. The following is a brief description of the saga to find the source, and what… Read More
I just had my first paper from my dissertation published: Comparing Experts and Novices on Scaffolded Data Visualizations using Eye-tracking. It was on the (mostly) quantitative results of my mixed-methods study, completed in early 2013…. Read More
I got a chance to look back at my former lab at Oregon State today:, and I saw Susan’s post asking what I think of as STEM? As those who know my career path might… Read More
Kelly at VizCandy tells us we must know our audience when building a data visualization, giving steps to think about when planning what charts and visualizations to build, and how much data to display. I… Read More
So, I’ve got a professional blog now! That is, a blog about my professional work, not necessarily reflective of the money I make off of this (I don’t). I do have an Extension appointment as… Read More