Here we share the up to date list of peer reviewed literature concerning volcanology higher education. (Last updated: June 1, 2023)
To add a piece to the catalogue, please email the first author (email@example.com). It takes some time to code the literature, so please be patient.
For a deeper look at the methodology behind how these literature were identified and coded, please see Dohaney et al., 2023 (Volcanica).
The catalogue includes pieces from ...
- All types of volcanology topics included (including petrology, geothermal, geophysics, tectonics related to volcanism)
- All lengths, durations, formats, styles of learning activities included
- All types of formal higher education (undergraduate, vocational, postgraduate, professionals)
- All demographic factors (age, race, gender) included
- All countries (no geographic limits)
- All years (no historic limits)
- All scholarly publishing formats: Journal articles, government reports, grey literature, books & book chapters, conference proceedings, theses, published volcanology teaching guides
- All methods and approaches (e.g., qualitative, quantitative, different disciplinary approaches)
The catalogue excludes pieces that ...
- Pieces without education content
- Pieces without volcanology learning content
- Pieces with less than 25% volcanology learning content
- Pieces that describe informal education learning activities (outreach, museums, geotourism, etc.)
- Pieces that describe K-12 learning and college prep (GCSE, pre-college) (only)
- Excluded document types: newspaper articles, editorials, magazine articles, book reviews, tv show transcript, wirefeed, geologic maps
- Pieces that describe K-12 teacher training (only)
- Pieces that have no external peer-review process (e.g., academic websites or commentaries)
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