Visualization in Science & Education

The community of the biennial Gordon Research Conference

Visualization is redefining the shapes and roles of communities and challenging the historical practices of science and science education.

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Providence, RI -- July 21-26, 2013 (pre-workshops July 19-21)

This social network is an experimental space for bringing together different disciplinary "worlds" for collaboration and discussion around learning and visualization.

Future initiatives include a commuinity-curated collection of links to relevant journals and research by experts in key areas, plus open discussions. 

New for Members!!

- Pics from before and after the 2013 GRC

  See the left side-bar, or click on the Photos tab above, then "All Albums"

- GRC Report Draft (click tab at top to go to Scribd to read/comment)

- GRC 2 Questions (click tab to answer)

  1. What lessons have you learned from attending the Visualization GRC?

  2. What directions do you recommend for future visualization research?

2013 Chair's Site:

Evolving Roles for Visualization in Science and Education

View online information from GRC conferences (past, present, and future):
Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science and Education

The 2011 GRC was held at Bryant University from July 10-15. Visit the 2011 Chairs Website for more information.

General information on Gordon Research Conferences is at


As of 2010, this site became a Pearson-subsidized education Ning network with a 150 member limit.

We will try to upgrade or move to a new site (depending on funding and person-power) to accommodate the entire interdisciplinary community of past, present, and future attendees of the Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science & Education.  




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