AAS 202nd Meeting, May 2003
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Session 12 Engaging the Public: from Museums to the Classroom

Oral, Monday, May 26, 2003, 10:00-11:30am, 205/206

12.01 Cosmic Questions: Engaging science museum audiences with current astronomical research
M. Dussault, R. Gould (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), C. Sneider (Museum of Science, Boston), S. Cohen (Lesley University)
12.02 Serving Multiple Audiences: Approaches to Education and Outreach at NOAO
S. M. Pompea, D. Isbell, C. E. Walker, S. K. Croft (NOAO)
12.03 The Radio JOVE Project: A Worldwide, Ground-Based, Amateur, Decameter-Wavelength Radio Observatory Network
J. Thieman (NASA/GSFC), C. Higgins (Middle Tennessee State University), R. Flagg (RF Associates), J. Sky (Radio-Sky Publishing)
12.04 School children as inquiring astronomers in the information age
J. Noel-Storr (Columbia University)
12.05 Two Years of SkyServer: Education and Outreach with Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data
M. J. Raddick, A. S. Szalay (Johns Hopkins University), J. N. Gray (Microsoft Bay Area Research Center), R. Sparks (The Prairie School), C. Lara (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
12.06 Teaching Astronomy at a Distance
M.W. Dittmann (Georgia Perimeter College)
12.07 Do Multicultural Connections Affect Students' Understanding, Interest, and Attitude in an Introductory Astronomy Course for Non-Science Students?
J.R. Percy, N. Chandra, B. Emenogu, C. Tycner (University of Toronto)

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