Organisers

Dra. Rosalía Guerrero-Arenas1, Dr. Eduardo Jiménez-Hidalgo1

Laboratorio de Paleobiología, campus Puerto Escondido, Universidad del Mar. Oaxaca, México.

  • UNEARTHING MY COMMUNITY’S NATURAL HISTORY: TAKING PALEONTOLOGY TO RURAL SCHOOLS OF MEXICO by A. Pacheco-Castro*, G. Contreras-Figueroa, J. I. Sánchez-Moreno, J. Rivera-Aquino  and V. Castillo-López
  • THE PALEONTOLOGICAL DIDACTIC MUSEUM OF OCUCAJE, PERÚ by A. Villaseca*, J. Pickling  and C. Nelly
  • LOCAL MUSEUMS AND PALAEONTOLOGY IN MÉXICO: SOME CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES by A. G. Bedolla-Giles and E. Corona-M
  • TEACHING PALAEONTOLOGY BY DISTANCE LEARNING; THE EXPERIENCE FROM BIRKBECK COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON by C. Underwood*
  • PROTECTION OF PALAEONTOLOGICAL HERITAGE BY MEANS OF LOCAL MUSEUMS IN TWO TOWNS OF THE MIXTECA ALTA OAXAQUEÑA by E. Jiménez-Hidalgo* and R. Guerrero-Arenas
  • 3D DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMETRY: A CHEAP WAY TO PRESERVE AND SHARE PALAEONTOLOGICAL INFORMATION by E. M. Díaz de León-Muñóz
  • AMBER EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITY OF GDAŃSK by E. Sontag* and B. Bojarski
  • THE PALEONTOLOGICAL AREA OF RINCÓN COLORADO, NORTHERN MEXICO, AN INTERACTIVE SPACE FOR HERITAGE EDUCATION by F. A. Aguilar-Arellano* and L. H. Mercado-Millán
  • PALAEONTOLOGY FROM LAB TO PEOPLE, A BRAZILIAN CASE STUDY OF SCIENCE OUTREACH by I. M. G. Almeida*, G. C. Barreto, M. C. Fraga, G. L. S. Peixer, C. S. Vega, R. T. Bolzon, D. C. da Silva, J. P. C. Pietsch and R.C.O. Fontanelli
  • THE “GEORG GASSER” PALAEONTOLOGICAL COLLECTION: A PRELIMINARY OVERVIEW by I. Tomelleri* and E. Kustatscher
  • LIFE STORIES BEHIND THE COLLECTIONS: THE LOEWENTHAL’S COLLECTION by I. Tomelleri* and R. Zorzin
  • THE SPREADING FOSSIL HERITAGE, HOW TO VALORIZE THE LITHOGRAPHIC LIMESTONE OF LA PEDRERA DE MEIÀ SITE IN THE ORIGENS UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK by J. Párraga, À. Galobart* and A. Gil-Delgado 
  • EXPERIMENTING 3D MODELS AND VIRTUAL EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS AT THE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF PALAEONTOLOGY AND PREHISTORY “PIERO LEONARDI”  (FERRARA, ITALY) by L. Scatà*, M. Bertolini and U. Thun Hohenstein
  • BIG FOSSILS IN A SMALL TOWN: THE ORIGINS OF THE ARROYO DEL VIZCAÍNO COLLECTION by M. Batallés*, M. Di Giacomo, L. Varela, P. S. Tambusso, L. Clavijo and R. A. Fariña
  • SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES IN PRIMARY EDUCATION: TAPHONOMY EXPLAINED IN CLOSE CONTEXTS by M. Muñoz*, C. Precioso, M. Ferrando, O. Veiga, D. Arceredillo and R. Blasco
  • A TAPHONOMICAL APPROACH TO ENCOURAGE LOCAL COLLABORATION AND SOCIAL APPRECIATION OF THE PALEONTOLOGICAL HERITAGE by M. Suñer* and M. D. Marin-Monfort
  • DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTION OF PALEONTOLOGY TEACHING IN MEXICAN UNIVERSITIES by M. C. Gómez-Espinosa and R. Guerrero-Arenas
  • A VIRTUAL LAB TO INTRODUCE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TO PALEOENVIRONMENTAL RECONSTRUCTIONS USING BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA by M.  S. Poli*
  • SOCIAL APPROPRIATION OF PALEONTOLOGICAL HERITAGE BY CHILDREN IN THE MIXTECA OF OAXACA, SOUTH OF MEXICO by R. Guerrero-Arenas*, E. Jiménez-Hidalgo, I. Poblano-Espinoza, M. A. Salinas-Cruz, C. A. Galindo-Flores and G. F. Carbot-Chanona
  • PALEOBOTANY FOR TEACHERS OF BASIC EDUCATION SCHOOLS IN CURITIBA, PARANÁ, BRAZIL by R. T. Bolzon
  • JOURNAL OF GEEK STUDIES: A PLATFORM FOR GEEK SCIENCE COMMUNICATION by R. B. Salvador* , J. V. Tomotani and B. M. Tomotani
  • TEACHING PLANTS EVOLUTION AND ADAPTATIONS TO THE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELECTED FOSSILS MORPHOLOGIES by S. García-Morato*, G. Santos Rivilla  and O. Fesharaki
  • WHO’S THAT POKÉMON? TEACHING PHYLOGENETIC PRINCIPLES WITH POCKET MONSTERS by Z. Miller