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Acknowledgmentsvii Thinking with mapsix Diana Stuart Sinton and Jennifer J. Lund What is GIS? A very brief description for the newly curious Diana Stuart Sinton and Jennifer J. Lund Part 1: Teaching students to think spatially using GIS 1 Critical and creative visual thinking1 Jennifer J. Lund and Diana Stuart Sinton 2 About that G in GIS Diana Stuart Sinton and Sarah Witham Bednarz 3 Mapping and quantitative reasoning Jennifer J. Lund 4 Finding narratives of time and space David J. Staley 5 Campus-community collaborations: Integrating partnerships, service ¡learning, mapping and GIS Melissa Kesler-Gilbert and John B. Krygier Part 2: GIS case studies in the curriculum Expanding the social sciences with mapping and GIS Donald G. Jannelle 6 Sociology: Surprise and discovery exploring social diversity John Grady 7 Economics: Exploring spatial patterns from the global to the local James Booker 8 Anthropology: Mapping guinea savanna ecology in Sierra Leone A. Endre Nyerges with Daniel M. Saman and Laura B. Whitaker 9 Political science: Redistricting for justice and power Mark Rush and John Blackburn 10 Urban studies: Assessing neighborhood change with GIS Christine Drennon 11 Classical archaeology: Building a GIS of the ancient Mediterranean Pedar W. Foss and Rebecca K. Schindler Teaching the natural sciences with GIS Diana Stuart Sinton 12 Biology: Spatial investigations of populations and landscapes M. Siobhan Fennessy, E. Raymond Heithaus, and Robert A. Mauck 13 Environmental studies: Interdisciplinary research on Maine lakes Philip J. Nyhus, F. Russell Cole, David H. Firmage, Daniel Tierney, Susan W. Cole, Raymond B. Phillips, and Edward H. Yeterian 14 Chemistry and environmental science: Investigating soil erosion and deposition in the lab and field Karl Korfmacher, Brigitte Ramos, and Shelie Miller 15 Geology: Long-term hydrologic impacts of land-use change Suresh Muthukrishnan GIS and spatial thinking in the arts, humanities, and languages Jennifer J. Lund 16 Foreign languages and sociology: Exploring French society and culture Joel Goldfield and Kurt Schlichting 17 Historical geography: Mapping our architectural heritage Robert Summerby-Murray 18 Religious studies: Exploring pluralism and diversity Patrice C. Brodeur and Beverly A. Chomiak 19 Musicology: Mapping music and musicians Jennifer J. Lund Index Topical cross-reference
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Geographic information systems -- Study and teaching (Higher).