AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
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Session 34. Teaching Astronomy in Colleges and Universities

Display, Thursday, January 7, 1999, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall 1

34.01 Why Don't We See in the Infrared?
K. Brecher (Boston U.)
34.02 A Graduate Seminar on Teaching Astronomy 101
C. D. Garmany, K. E. Johnson (U. Colorado)
34.03 High Altitude Observing: Some Lessons Learned
R. E. Stencel (Univ. Denver Observatories)
34.04 Stardial as an Instructional Tool
R. D. Dietz (U. of Northern Colorado), J. N. Heasley (Inst. for Astronomy / U. of Hawaii), P. R. McCullough (U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
34.05 Searching for New Variable Stars: An Educational Project to Mine Archival Data
B.D. Walls, C.E. Redmond, L.J. Murdick, D.B. Caton (Appalachian State University)
34.06 Astronomy Courses which Emphasize Communication Skills
H.L. Dinerstein (U. Texas, Austin)
34.07 A Small Radio Telescope for Undergraduate Instruction
L. Kimball (Univ. of Massachusetts at Lowell), P. Pratap (MIT Haystack Obs.)
34.08 Undergraduate Research through Radio Astronomy at Haystack Observatory
C. McDaniel (Univ. of Massachusetts at Lowell), P. Pratap (MIT Haystack Obs.)
34.09 How to get 17th Magnitude at Video Frame Rates
W. Collins (Collins Electro Optics), R.E. Stencel (Univ.Denver Observatories)
34.10 Variable Stars in M3: A Modern Version of the Sky and Telescope Lab Exercise
D.B. Caton, B.D. Walls (Appalachian State University)
34.11 Collaborative Learning Works! Resources for Faculty
R. D. Mathieu (U. Wisconsin-Madison/National Institute for Science Education), G. Brissenden (AAS/National Institute for Science Education), NISE College Level-1 Team
34.12 Toward a More Research-Rich Teaching Environment: A Short Course on Observational Astronomy
R. J. Thompson, Jr., C. A. Arning, W. Bailey, J. Bowden, R. Henry, J. Mosley, C. Stevenson (McMurry University)
34.13 Student Ideas and Introductory Astronomy: the Sun as a Star
Beth Hufnagel, Grace L. Deming (UMd)
34.14 Light Curve Modeling of the Very Short Period Solar-Type Binary, GSC 03505-00677
D. R. Faulkner (U. South Carolina, Lancaster), R. G. Samec (Bob Jones University)

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