Klippel, Hardisty accepted for Conference on Research and Training in Spatial Intelligence
GeoVISTA members Alexander Klippel and Frank Hardisty co-authored a paper that has been accepted at the Conference on Research and Training in Spatial Intelligence. The conference, to be held June 13-15 in Evanston, Illinois, brings together researchers in cognitive psychology, science and math education, engineering, and related areas to discuss their findings with regards to assessing and developing spatial skills for students of all ages.
The title of the accepted paper is Visual Analytics and the Geometry of Thought? Spatial Intelligence through Sapient Interfaces
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