volume 79, issue 27, P320-320 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00242
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J. Gutmann

Abstract: Recent years have seen a variety of workshops and sessions at professional meetings concerning the undergraduate teaching of mineralogy. These stem in part from concern that mineralogy courses must remain plainly relevant to today's problems and in part from a desire to ensure that we are teaching the subject as effectively as possible given the interests of today's students and the possibilities afforded by imaginative pedagogy and modern instrumentation. Perkins, the author of Mineralogy, is concerned that s…

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