Nathan J. Shipley

Presentations

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2018

  • JohnsonJohnson, D. N., Shipley, N. J., van Riper, C. J., Stewart, W. P., Chu, M. L., Suski, C. D., & Stein, J. (2018). Enhancing agro-ecosystem services: A study of ecosystem services through expert opinion. National Great Rivers Research and Education Center Internship Symposium
  • Shipley, N. J., van Riper, C. J., Stewart, W. P., Chu, M. L., & Suski, C. D. (2018). Building resilience of rural communities: A study on the benefits of agro-ecosystem services through expert opinion. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Shipley, N. J., & Bixler, R. D. (2018). Keeping sight of leisure: Implications of eye tracking methodologies for parks, recreation, & leisure research. National Environmental and Recreation Research Symposium. Annapolis, Maryland
  • Shipley, N. J., Larson, L. R., Cooper, C. B., Dale, K., LeBaron, G. S., & Takekawa, J. Y. (2018). Who buys duck stamps? Exploring the contributions of birders to federally-funded wildlife conservation efforts. National Environmental and Recreation Research Symposium. Annapolis, Maryland
  • Bixler, R. D. & Shipley, N. J. (2018). The Bug-key List and other goal directed natural history activities. Paper presented at the National Association for Interpretation Sunny South East Regional Confernece

2017

  • Larson, L., Cooper, C., Shipley, N. J., Signh, D., Dale, K., LeBaron,G., & Takekawa, J. (2017). Citizen science motivations: Insights from Audubon's Christmas Bird Count. Paper presented at the Pathways to Success Conference. 
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2017). Did you see that? How differences in attention and perception lead to differences in experience. Paper presented at the George Wright Society Conference. (PDF)
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2017). Introducting the "Bug-ket" list. Poster presented at the U.S. Play Coalition Conference. 
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D.(2017). Interestingness: A potential key to unlocking positive human interactions with insects. Paper presented at the South East Recreational Research Conference. (PDF)
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2017). Windows to the leisure experience: Visual attention, perception, and eye-tracking implications for research in outdoor recreation and leisure. Poster presented at the South East Recreational Research Conference. (PDF)
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2017). Use of micro-patterns for constructing affectively-effective interpretive communications. Paper presented at the National Association for Interpretation Sunny South East Regional Conference. 
  • Bixler, R. D. & Shipley, N. J. (2017). What college football can teach us about interpretation. Paper presented at the National Association for Interpretation Sunny South East Regional Conference.

2016

  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2016). Exceptional endings: Cutting-edge conclusion techniques. Paper presented at the National Association for Interpretation National Conference. (PDF) (Supp. 1) (Supp. 2) (Supp. 3)
  • Cooper, C. B., Larson, L. R., Shipley, N. J., Dayer, A., Dale, K., LeBaron, G., & Takekawa, J. (2016). Managing bird-watchers as a citizen science resource for avian research and conservation. Paper presented at the North American Ornithological Conference. 
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2016). From fascination to torture: Children's interactions with bugs during play. Paper presented at the U.S. Play Collation Conference. (PDF)
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2016). Moving from fear to fascination: Children's interactions with bugs. Poster presented at the South East Recreational Research Conference. (PDF)
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2016). Bugs are big: Why and how the most common creatures on earth can make for uncommonly good interpretive experiences. Paper presented at the National Association for Interpretation Sunny South East Regional Conference. (PDF)
  • Shipley, N. J. & Bixler, R. D. (2016). Exceptional Endings: Cutting-edge conclusion techniques and how to use them. Paper presented at the National Association for Interpretation Sunny South East Regional Conference. (PDF) (Supplemental)