New Feature! We have recently updated Scholarsphere and while many of the changes aren't very noticeable we have one shiny new feature you might like. If you use collections to group your Scholarsphere content, now you can control the visibility, making a collection Public, Private or Penn State only. Also you will be able to share the collection with specific individuals or groups of individuals. Give it a try and tell us what you think. If you have any problems or suggestion feel free to use our Contact Us page.
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Dr. Laura Guertin, Professor of Earth Science at Penn State Brandywine
I have a pedagogical research agenda, looking at how new and emerging technologies can enhance teaching and student learning in introductory-level geoscience courses.
Why does Dr. Guertin use ScholarSphere?
At scientific conferences, more and more presentations are being given in a poster format, on 4 foot by 8 foot boards. A poster is an excellent way for me to capture highlights of my work with text and images, but it is difficult for colleagues and other researchers to take away all of that information after viewing the poster. Fortunately, I can include a QR code and/or URL to a ScholarSphere entry with my uploaded poster as a PDF file to be shared post-conference and to serve as a reference for years to come.