EMIS ELibM Electronic Journals Journal for Geometry and Graphics
Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 89–98 (2000)

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Scientific and Technical Visualization: A New Course Offering that Integrates Mathematics, Science and Technology

Aaron C. Clark, Brian Matthews

Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education
College of Education and Psychology, North Carolina State University
Campus Box 7801, Raleigh, NC 27695-7801, USA
emails: aaron_clark@ncsu.edu, matthews@poe.coe.ncsu.edu

Abstract: This paper is an explanation of the Scientific and Technical Visualization project that North Carolina State University, the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction, and Wake Technical Community College created as a joint effort funded by a Tech-Prep Innovation Grant. The purpose of this effort was to develop a model program to improve science and graphics instruction in North Carolina. This improvement consists of the use and integration of three specific components: the Scientific and Technical Visualization curriculum, Scientific and Technical Visualization tools, and technology.

Keywords: Scientific Visualization, Integration, Curriculum, Visualization

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