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The AstroLrner E-Community: A 10 Year Retrospective
1.Adams, J. P. and Slater, T. F. 2000, “Astronomy in the National Science Education Standards,” Journal of Geoscience Education, 48, 39.
. AstroLrner is a free subscription membership site that has been in existence since August 29, 1999 with an archive that is found online at URL http://groups.yahoo.com/group/astrolrner
4.Brissenden, G. , Prather, E. E. , Slater, T. F. , Greene, W. M. , and Thaller, M. 2007, “The NASA Center for Astronomy Education (CAE): 2007 College Astronomy Teaching Excellence Workshops,” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 38, 1116.
6.Dokter, E. F. Prather, E. E. , Brissenden, G. Slater, T. F. , Greene, W. M. , Thaller, M. 2007, “Impact of the CAE Astronomy Teaching Excellence Workshop Program,” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 38, 1117.
8.Slater, S. J. , Slater, T. F. , and Olsen, J. K. 2009, “Survey of K–12 Science Teachers’ Educational Product Needs from Planetary Scientists,” Astronomy Education Review, 8, 010101.
The Astronomy Education Review 2001
. The Astronomy Education Review is supported most strongly by the American Astronomical Society and found online at http://aer.aip.org
The article briefly describes and documents the development and evolution of the AstroLrner (pronounced a-stroh-LEARN-er) online Yahoo! community, created by Tim Slater on August 29, 1999, on its 10 year anniversary. The goal for AstroLrner was to leverage the then emerging social networking technology to build and nurture the nascent community of scholars engaged in improving the quantity and quality of astronomy teaching and learning through education research. Today, known as AstroLrner@CAE, this vibrant e-community has nearly 800 subscribers and averages nearly 300 posts per year.
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