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Zoom Exhaustion & Fatigue Scale
G Fauville, M Luo, ACM Queiroz, JN Bailenson, H Jeffrey
Computers in Human Behavior Reports 4, 100119, 2021
1442021
Nonverbal mechanisms predict zoom fatigue and explain why women experience higher levels than men.
G Fauville, M Luo, ACM Queiroz, JN Bailenson, J Hancock
SSRN, 2021
1182021
ICT tools in environmental education: reviewing two newcomers to schools
G Fauville, A Lantz-Andersson, R Säljö
Environmental Education Research 20 (2), 248-283, 2014
862014
Development of the International Ocean Literacy Survey: measuring knowledge across the world.
G Fauville, C Strang, MA Cannady, YF Chen
Environmental Education Research 25 (2), 238-263, 2019
832019
Ocean literacy for all—a toolkit.
F Santoro, S Santin, G Scowcroft, G Fauville, P Tuddenham
UNESCO & UNESCO Venice office Paris (IOC Manuals and Guides, 80 revised in 2018), 2017
802017
Can Facebook be used to increase scientific literacy? A case study of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Facebook page and ocean literacy
G Fauville, S Dupont, S von Thun, J Lundin
Computer & Education 82, 2014
672014
Virtual reality as a promising tool to promote climate change awareness
G Fauville, ACM Queiroz, JN Bailenson
Technology and Health, 91-108, 2020
522020
Impact of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems: educational challenges and innovations
G Fauville, R Säljö, S Dupont
Marine Biology 160 (8), 1863-1874, 2013
372013
Nerve cells of Xenoturbella bocki (phylum uncertain) and Harrimania kupfferi (Enteropneusta) are positively immunoreactive to antibodies raised against echinoderm neuropeptides
T Stach, S Dupont, O Israelson, G Fauville, H Nakano, T Kånneby, ...
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 85 (6 …, 2005
322005
Ocean literacy as a key toward sustainable development and ocean governance
S Dupont, G Fauville
Handbook on the economics and management of sustainable oceans, 2017
312017
Using collective intelligence to identify barriers to teaching 12–19 year olds about the ocean in Europe
G Fauville, P McHugh, C Domegan, Å Mäkitalo, LF Møller, ...
Marine Policy 91, 85-96, 2018
292018
Questions as indicators of ocean literacy: students’ online asynchronous discussion with a marine scientist
G Fauville
International Journal of Science Education 39 (16), 2151-2170, 2017
282017
Participatory research on using virtual reality to teach ocean acidification: a study in the marine education community
G Fauville, ACM Queiroz, L Hambrick, BA Brown, JN Bailenson
Environmental education research 27 (2), 254-278, 2021
232021
The carbon footprint as a mediating tool in students’ online reasoning about climate change
G Fauville, A Lantz-Andersson, Å Mäkitalo, S Dupont, R Säljö
Learning across contexts in the knowledge society, 179-201, 2016
192016
The European marine science educators association (EMSEA): Towards a more ocean literate Europe
E In
current THE JOURNAL OF MARINE EDUCATION 28 (2), 2012
182012
Ocean literacy in the twenty-first century
G Fauville
Exemplary practices in marine science education, 3-11, 2019
172019
Digital technologies as support for learning about the marine environment: Steps toward ocean literacy
G Fauville
162017
Exemplary practices in marine science education
G Fauville, DL Payne, ME Marrero, A LANTZANDERSSON, F Crouch
Cham: Springer, 2019
142019
Virtual ocean acidification laboratory as an efficient educational tool to address climate change issues
G Fauville, J Hodin, S Dupont, P Miller, J Haws, M Thorndyke, D Epel
The economic, social and political elements of climate change, 825-836, 2011
112011
The effect of water immersion on vection in virtual reality
G Fauville, A Queiroz, ES Woolsey, JW Kelly, JN Bailenson
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-13, 2021
102021
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