Current Topics on Access and Inclusion By Gretchen Miller, IAGD Executive Counselor Blind students learn to think like scientists with revolutionary traveling toolboxes Several groups in Utah are developing educational toolboxes to teach evolutionary biology to visually impaired K-12 students. The toolboxes use tactile models, graphics, maps, etc. to...
2. Nominations Sought for the IAGD Executive Committee Nominations are now being accepted for the IAGD Executive Committee, with the ballot opening around August 1. New Executive Committee members will be installed during the IAGD Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday, October 19, 2014. Open positions are:...
1. Greetings from the IAGD Director IAGD Friends, I am continually energized by the building momentum of our community development. The IAGD is being recognized within the broader geoscience community as a valuable resource for improving access and accommodation within the membership of the many geoscience sub-disciplines. Through...
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