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GP-EXTRA: Engaging Students in Inclusive Geoscience Field Experiences via Ons...

NSF Awards: 1540652

2017 (see original presentation & discussion)

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This video showcases one of many projects developed by the International Association for Geoscience Diversity (www.TheIAGD.org) highlighting the impact of creating inclusive and accessible field courses for students with disabilities.  In this NSF GEOPATH project, students with diverse physical abilities from around the United States are taken to several field sites in Arizona to learn about the Earth, and how to create an inclusive community of learning in a commonly inaccessible field-based discipline.  Students and faculty work together to share their knowledge and personal experiences all while using technology to remain connected to their colleagues when separated by physical barriers at every field site.  

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