California State University, Northridge
presented by Donna FitzRoy Hardy, Ph.D.
These papers were delivered at conferences of the
American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums [now the
American Zoo and Aquarium
Association]and were published in their proceedings.
Tacoma, Washington (spring 1986)
"The Role of University Scientists in Zoo Research."
Minneapolis, Minnesota (fall 1986)
"Research in Zoos and Aquariums."
Tampa, Florida (spring 1987)
"Stressing Biological Diversity in Conservation Education for
the Adult Audience."
Miami, Florida (spring 1988)
"Behavioral Studies at the Zoo - Their Role in Animal
Milwaukee, Wisconsin (fall 1988)
"The Use of Computer Databases in Zoo Education."
Atlanta, Georgia (spring 1989)
"The Use of Domestic Animals in Zoo
Atlanta, Georgia (fall 1994)
"Computer Networks and Applications."
Salt Lake City, Utah (spring 1995)
"Computer-mediated Communication and International
New Orleans, Louisiana (spring 1996)
"Introduction to the World Wide Web." [Panel and video]
Denver, Colorado (spring 1996)
"Introduction to the World Wide Web." [Panel and
Honolulu, Hawaii (fall 1996)
of Ideas: The World Wide Web - A Resource for
Memphis, Tennessee (spring 1997)
"Using the World Wide Web for
Zoological Reseach." [Panel and video]
Albuquerque, New Mexico (fall, 1997)
"Marketplace of Ideas: The World Wide Web and Animal
Monterey, California (spring, 1998)
"Using the World Wide Web for Zoological
Indianapolis, Indiana (spring, 1999)
"Reaching Out to the Non-Zoogoing Public Through
the Use of Rare Domestic Animals."
Houston, Texas (fall 1997)
"The World Wide Web and Conservation - a New Role
for AAZK." [Appears in th Proceedings of the 24th National
Conference of the American Association of Zoo Keepers, Inc.,
This paper was presented at "The Well-being of Animals in Zoo
and Aquarium Sponsored Research," a conference co-sponsored by the
Scientist Center for Animal
Welfare and the American Veterinary
New Orleans, Louisiana (spring 1995)
"The Diversity of Research: Summary of Recent Applied and
InformalResearch in Zoos and Aquariums."