Amy Griffin, Ph.D.
Adjunct Instructor

Amy's research interests include investigating the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in map reading and applications of GIS to historical geography.

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Amy Griffin

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Amy Griffin is an instructor for GEOG 586: Geographic Information Analysis. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Geography at UNSW Canberra in Australia, where she teaches a range of geography and geographic information science courses. Her research interests include investigating the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in map reading and applications of GIS to historical geography. Some of her recent research projects include using eye-tracking to evaluate the design of new geovisualizations and to study the visual interpretation of remotely sensed imagery, and in collaboration with several historians, a spatiotemporal analysis of Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War.

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Upcoming Course Offerings

Semester Course
Fall 2, 2022 GEOG 586: Geographic Information Analysis