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“The Ecology of Learning,” Education Week, September 11, 2013, 36, 32. View Here.
"Monitoring What Matters About Context and Instruction in Science Education: A NAEP Data Analysis Report," with Alan Ginsburg, published on-line (August 2013). View here.
"Scientists Sharing Science: A Calling," The Informal Learning Review, No. 107, (2011) 1-4. View here.
Informal Science Education Policy: Issues and Opportunities, co-editor and co-author (Washington: Center for the Advancement of Informal Science Education, 2010). View here.
“An American in Paris: A Recollection of Exhibition Development,” Exhibitionist, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Fall 2010) 16-22. View here.
“Museums in an Age of Anxiety,” The Informal Learning Review, No. 104 (2010) 1-4. View here.
“You learned how to do that where?” The Informal Learning Review, No. 94 (2009), 1-4. View here.
Framework for Evaluating Impacts of Informal Science Education Projects, editor and co-author(Washington, DC: National Science Foundation, 2008). View here.
“The Great Sustainability Challenge: How Visitor Studies Can Save Cultural Institutions in the 21st Century,” Visitor Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1 (2007) 3–12. View here.
“The Serenity of Science,” in Remedios Varo/Catalogue Raisonné, ed. Ricardo Ovalle and Walter Gruen (Ediciones Era, Mexico, 3rd Edition 2002) 75-87, in English and Spanish. View here.
“TryScience: The Potential Synergy of Multiple-Museum Web Sites,” with Eric Marshall, published on-line (July 2002). View here.
"Museums, Communities, and Contemporary Science," in Museums of Modern Science, ed. Svante Lindqvist (Canton, MA: Science History Publications, 2000) pp. 43-51. View here.
“Technology Literacy: What Informal Education Has to Offer” (Washington: National Academy of Engineering, 2002). View here.
“Lessons from English Museums, 1970,” Journal of Museum Education, Vol. 26, No. 3 (Fall 2001) 10-12. View here.
“They're Having Fun, But Are They Learning?” Parents League Review, Vol. 32 (1998) 164-170. View here.
“Explaining the Universe/Why Arts Education and Science Education Need Each Other,” American Art, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Fall 1997) 2-7. View here.
“Creating an Academic Home for Informal Science Education,” in Public Institutions for Personal Learning, ed. John H. Falk and Lynn D. Dierking (Washington: American Association of Museums, 1995) pp. 135-140. View here.
"Visitor Studies: Convincing the Director," Museum Visitor Studies in the 90s, edited by Sandra Bicknell and Graham Farmelo (London: Science Museum, 1993) pp. 43-46. View here.
Einstein as Myth and Muse, with Carol Donley (Cambridge University Press, 1985; Japanese edition Tokyo: Chijin Shokan, 1989). Available here.
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