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UH-Clear Lake geography education students will collect data for a virtual field trip of Texas by interviewing residents and capturing Texas with photos and videos during a 14 day tour of the state. Pictured are (kneeling, left to right) Audra Caudel, Leila Abraham, Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education Susan McCormack; (back, left to right) Assistant Professor of Geography Jeff Lash, Tina Stokes, Brian Aiken, Sophie Baker, Mike Hopkins, Victoria Abrego, Rose Pettijohn, Talia Peschka and Renee Rohlfs .
UH-Clear Lake students get ready to capture the geography of Texas in video and photographs
Students to collect data for a Web site: “Geography of Texas Virtual Field Trip”
From the Office of Communications at University of Houston-Clear Lake
June 15, 2007
HOUSTON— University of Houston-Clear Lake School of Education geography students pose before embarking on a 14-day field trip around Texas funded in part by the National Geographic Society Education Foundation. The students will capture images, create videos and conduct interviews with local citizens as they collect data to populate the “Geography of Texas Virtual Field Trip,” a Web site envisioned to become a one-stop Texas geography resource for students, teachers and the public.
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