Posted by Marc on September 25th, 2010
Astronomy Education Review has updated its website, which can now be found at aer.aas.org. All the journal’s articles are available to download in full on the new site. For those who haven’t come across the journal before, its target audience is “everyone who works in astronomy and space science education” and it covers a wide variety of subjects of interest to those involved in teaching astronomy at all levels. Examples of which include: “What It Would Take to Increase the Number of High School Astronomy Courses: A Survey of Principals”, “Using Visual Assessments and Tutorials to Teach Solar System Concepts in Introductory Astronomy” and “The Pulsar Search Collaboratory”. We would like to hear your thoughts about this journal. Feel free to leave comments on this post.