Community & environment
Andrews, E. 2010. Climate Change Education for Diverse Audiences, commissioned workshop paper, http://sites.nationalacademies.org/DBASSE/BOSE/DBASSE_080125#.UW27Z6LvvKg. For report by the National Research Council. (2011). Climate Change Education: Goals, Audiences, and Strategies. A Workshop Summary. S. Forrest and M.A. Feder, Rapporteurs. Board on Science Education, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Available at http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=13224. See Chapter 3, Implications of Audience Research and Segmentation for Education Strategies.
Osmond, D., N. Nadkarni, C. Driscoll, E. Andrews, A. Gold, S. Allred, A. Berkowitz, M. Klemens, T. Loecke, M. McGarry, K. Schwarz, M. Washington, and P. Groffman. 2010. The Role of Interface Organizations in Science Communication and Understanding. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Pages 306-313. http://www.esajournals.org/toc/fron/8/6
Andrews, E. PI., K. Reilly, T. Beaty, lead authors. University of Wisconsin Extension, Environmental Resources Center. 2009. Conservation USA Project Leader Handbook. www.conservationusa.org.
Watermolan, D., E. Andrews, S. Wade. 2009. Extension Educators Can Use Internet GIS and Related Technologies. Journal of Extension, http://www.joe.org/joe/2009october/a2.php.
Andrews, E. & K. Reilly. 2009. Changing Public Behavior – Assessing Educator Skills. Environmental Communication & Social Marketing, Vol. 2:1. Madison, WI. Accessed March 15, 2009 at http://ecsm.uwex.edu/pdfs/EC&SMNewsletter-sp-su09.pdf
Andrews, E. 2009. Book Review: The Way We’ll Be: The Zogby Report on the Transformation of the American Dream by John Zogby. Environmental Communication & Social Marketing, Vol. 2:1. Madison, WI. Accessed March 15, 2009 at http://ecsm.uwex.edu/pdfs/EC&SMNewsletter-sp-su09.pdf
Andrews, E. 2009. Chapter 11. Free-Choice Environmental Learning in Practice/Research to inform environmental education practice. Free-Choice Learning and the Environment. Edited by John Falk, Joe E. Heimlich, and Susan Foutz. Maryland: Alta Mira Press.
Andrews, E. 2009. Changing public behavior with help from target audience research. Proceedings for the Southern Region Technology Transfer and Extension in Natural Resources conference, August 2006, Hot Springs, AK. US Forest Service.
Reilly, K. & E. Andrews. 2008. Holding Onto the Green Zone Action Guide and Leader Guide, A Youth Program for the Study and Stewardship of Community Riparian Areas. US Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Publication Index Number, BLM/WO/GI-7/019+8600 EE8007A and BLM/WO/GI-7/019+8600 EE8007B. http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/res/Education_in_BLM/riparian_module.html
Andrews, E. 2008. Changing public behavior with help from target audience research. Paper accepted for the American Educational Research Association 2008 Annual Meeting, New York, NY. American Educational Research Association, 1430 K Street NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20005.
Andrews, E. 2008. Changing Public Behavior Web information pages, available at http://wateroutreach.uwex.edu/CPBhomepage1.cfm.
• Behavior Change Planning Tool.
• Behavior Change Theories and Techniques.
• Community-Based Research and Outreach – Ethics Considerations.
• Education Practices Checklist.
• Guidelines for Selecting a Social Assessment Tool.
• Informal Interviews with Key Informants.
• Participatory Action Learning.
• Participatory Action Learning Sample Methods.
• Selecting Intervention Technique(s): A Continuum of Choices.
• Structured Observation.
Andrews, E. 2007. How to Use Audience Information: Educator Self-Study Module, Steps 1 - 7. http://wateroutreach.uwex.edu/CPBhomepage1.cfm.
Monroe, M., E. Andrews, K. Biedenweg. 2007. A Framework for Environmental Education Strategies. Applied Environmental Education and Communication 6:205-216.
Andrews, E. 2007. Fostering aquatic stewardship with the help of best education practices. Pages 25-32 in B. A. Knuth and W. F. Siemer, editors. Aquatic stewardship education in theory and practice. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 55, Bethesda, Maryland.
Stevens, M. & E. Andrews. 2006. Outreach that makes a difference! Target audiences for water education – A research meta-analysis. Retrieved February 2006, from
Andrews, E. & K. Reilly (Eds.). 2006. Best Education Practices (BEP) Symposium for Water Outreach Professionals: Defining BEPs, Refining New Resources and Recommending Future Actions – Report and Proceedings. Madison: University of Wisconsin, Environmental Resources Center. Retrieved February 2006, from http://wateroutreach.uwex.edu/proceedings.cfm
Andrews, E. & K. Reilly. 2005. Water Outreach Education Tools for NPS Programming: The Best in Education Practices, Target Audience Research, Programs, and Materials. Proceedings of the 4th National Conference, Nonpoint Source and Stormwater Pollution Education Programs. Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Road, Glencoe, Illinois, 60022; 847/835-6837; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrews, E. 2004. “Healthy Foods from Healthy Soils”. Educational curriculum review. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. Vol. 36:02.
Andrews, E., Stevens, M., Wise, G. 2002. “A Model of Community-Based Environmental Education”. Chapter 10 in New Tools for Environmental Protection: Education, Information, and Voluntary Measures. National Research Council Division of Behavior and Social Sciences and Education: Committee on the Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, Thomas Dietz and Paul C. Stern, editors. National Academy Press.
Andrews, E., Kadi Row, ed. 2000. “Hazardous Waste in the Home” in Help Yourself to a Healthy Home. US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Andrews, E. & N. Smith-Sebasto, editors, 2000. 2001 Annual Conference Proceedings. NAAEE Publications and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739
Andrews, E. 2000. Chapter II. 7, “Cooperative Extension 4-H and Youth Programs” in Hands on Science Outreach, NSTA Informal Science Education Book, VOL. 2, ?Roots and Anchors.??National Science Teachers Association, Washington DC.
Andrews, E. & A. Haines. 2000. Chapter 7, Natural Resources? in Building Our Future: A Guide to Community Visioning. Anna Haines, editor, University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Publication G3708.
Andrews, E. & M. Edwards. 2000. Chapter 5, Environmental Impacts in Community Guide to Development Impact Assessment, Mary Edwards, editor, Wisconsin Land Use Research Program, University of Wisconsin.
Andrews, E. 1999. An EPA/USDA Partnership to Support Community-based Education, pamphlet series for US EPA Office of Environmental Education. University of Wisconsin - Environmental Resources Center. In pdf format at <www.uwex.edu/erc>.
No. 1 Supporting Community-Based Environmental Education: Discussion Paper Summary
No. 2 Leadership Roles for Cooperative Extension: Building Partnerships for Strong Communities
No. 3 Linking to EPA Region 5: A County Extension Guide to US EPA Region 5
No. 4 Leadership Roles for EPA: Forging Solutions for Sustainable Communities
No. 5 “Linking to Cooperative Extension: A US EPA Guide to Cooperative Extension in Region 5 States
No. 6 Building Capacity: Educating for Community Action
No. 7 Building Capacity: From Transferring to Transforming
No. 8 Building Capacity: Community Based Environmental Education in Practice
No. 9 Comparing USDA Cooperative Extension and US EPA: A guide to Pamphlets in the Partnership Series
Andrews, E. 1999. School-Based EE vs. Community-Based EE: Making the Connection for Education Reform. In Proceedings of the 1999 Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739.
Andrews, E. 1998. An EPA/USDA Partnership to Support Community-based Education – A Discussion Paper. EPA 910-R-98-008, <www.reeusda.gov/nre/nreprog.htm>
Andrews, E. & K. Row. 1998. Youth as Partners in Watershed Education. In Watershed 98 Proceedings. Water Environment Federation.
Andrews, E. 1997. Chapter 5, Household Hazardous Waste Management, in the national publication Home A Syst, An environmental risk-assessment guide for the home. University of Wisconsin Board of Regents and the Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES).
Andrews, E. 1996. Give Water A Hand youth action curriculum. Proceedings, US EPA Nonpoint Source Pollution Information/Education Programs national conference. Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, Chicago.
Andrews, E., J. Hawthorne, K. Pickering. 1996. Watershed Education - Goals and Strategies for Training, Communication, and Partnerships. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Washington, D.C., as part of Watershed 96, sponsored by US EPA and the Water Environment Federation.
Andrews, E. & K. J. Warren. 1996. Linking Water Education to Community Action. In Proceedings of the 1996 Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739.
Stone J., C. Dixon, E. Andrews. 1996. Waste Reduction: Thinking More About Less, leader training guide and video. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, PUB-CE-219 96.
Andrews, E., S. Cairn, R. Cairn, K. Row. 1994 and 1995 revision. GIVE WATER A HAND Leader Guide and Youth Action Guide. University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. Chosen for the National Collection of “Nationally Juried Experiential Learning 4-H Youth Development Curriculum,” USDA CSREES, 1996. Translated into Spanish by Gaby Castro, 1997. <www.uwex.edu/erc/>
Andrews, E., J. Heimlich, E. Farrell, R. Ponzio, K. J. Warren, 1995. Educating Young People About Water - A guide to program planning and evaluation. (Designed to accompany A guide to unique program strategies by K. J. Warren and E. Andrews and the video Planning for Fun and Success! E. Andrews and D. Luciani and produced by D. Luciani.) ERIC Clearinghouse, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. <www.uwex.edu/erc/eypaw>
Andrews, E. and the National Review Team, 1992, and updated in 1995 with K. J. Warren. Educating Young People About Water: A guide to goals and resources with an emphasis on nonformal and school enrichment settings. ERIC Clearinghouse, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. <www.uwex.edu/erc/eypaw>
Andrews, E. 1994. “Community Environmental Assessment.” In Proceedings of the 1994 Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739.
Andrews, E., C. Mechenich, L. Trapp. 1993. Home Water Safety series publication: “Choosing a Water Treatment Device.” University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Publication Series G3558-5.
Andrews, E. 1993. “Educating Youth About Watersheds: Options and Actions.” In Proceedings of Watershed '93, a National Conference on Watershed Management. Terrene Institute, Washington, DC.
Andrews, E. & A. Camozzi. 1993. “Integrating Adult Education Principles into National Environmental Programs for Employees and Citizens - a symposium.” In Proceedings of the 1993 Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739.
Mechenich, C. & E. Andrews. 1992. Home Water Safety series publications: “Keeping Your Home Water Supply Safe,” “Evaluating the Condition of Your Private Water Supply,” “Evaluating the Condition of Your Public Water Supply” (with Jim Peterson), “Interpreting Drinking Water Test Results.” University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Publication Series G3558-1, G3558-2, G3558-3, G3558-4.
Andrews, E. 1992. “Strategies to Reduce Household Hazardous Waste.” In Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Waste Management, Equipment and Recycling Conference, published by the Tower Conference Management Company, 800 Roosevelt Rd., Bldg. E - Suite 408, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-5835.
Andrews, E. 1991. “#5: Reducing the Risk of Groundwater Contamination by Improving Hazardous Waste Management” and “Worksheet #5: Hazardous Waste Management” in the Farm-A-Syst publication series produced by University of Wisconsin Cooper¬ative Extension, Minnesota Extension Service and US EPA Region 5.
Andrews, E., A. Camozzi, P. Puntenney, 1991. “Adult Environmental Education - Action Models.” Description of NAAEE Nonformal Section Workshop, in Confronting Environmental Challenges in a Changing World, Proceedings of the 1991 Conference of the North American Association for Environ-mental Education. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739. (Available since 1994 as a separate publication.)
Andrews, E. & M. Rozum. 1991. “The 1990 Farm Bill and the Environmental Educator.” Published in Confronting Environmental Challenges in a Changing World, Proceedings of the 1991 Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739.
Andrews, E. 1990. “Environmental Health and Stewardship” in S. R. Sadowski and J. Adrian, eds. Outlook Report: Perspectives on the '90s, University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, Madison, WI.
Andrews, E. & J. Merrill. 1990. “A Breath of Fresh Air: Checking Your Indoor Air Quality.” EE News, Vol. 6, No. 4, Summer 1990.
Andrews, E. 1990. “Training Leaders About Groundwater Protection: Summary of Follow up Surveys” in Setting the EE Agenda for the 90s, 1990 Conference Proceedings, NAAEE, Troy, Ohio.
Andrews, E. & L. Wessel. 1990. “Safe at Home” in Wisconsin Natural Resources, Vol. 14, No. 6.
Andrews, E. & J. Merrill. 1989. “Indoor Air Quality Assessment Checklist.” University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Publications. (B3439)
Andrews, E. 1989. “House Dust and Biological Contaminants.” University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Publications. (G3462)
Andrews, E. 1989. “Educating Wisconsin Adults About Toxic Substance Manage¬ment: A Model for Educating the Nonformal Audience About Environmental Issues.” Proceedings of the 1989 Joint Conference of the National Association of Environmental Education and the Conservation Education Association. NAAEE Conference, Publications, and Membership Office, 410 Tarvin Rd., Rock Spring, GA 30739.
Andrews, E. 1988. “Chemical Hazards in the Home” series: “Solvents”; “Pesticides”; “Household Cleaners and Polishes.” University of Wisconsin Extension Publication Series. (G3026, G3027, G3028)
Andrews, E. 1988. “Hazardous Waste in Your Home? Here's What You Should Do!” Series: “Home Cleaning Products”; “Paint and Other Home Improvement Products”; “Waste Oil and Other Automotive Products”; “Home and Garden Pesticides”. University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Publication Series. (G3453, G3454, G3455, G3456)
Andrews, E. 1988. “The Enemy Within: Hazardous Waste From Homes”. Extension Review. Fall 1988. U.S. Depart¬ment of Agricul¬ture.
Andrews, E. & H. C. Jordahl, Jr. 1987. “University of Wisconsin Extension, Cooperative Extension Service: Natural and Environmental Resource Education Programs” in The Environmental Profession. Vol. 9, No 3.
Andrews, E. 1987. “Educational Telephone Network (ETN) Short Course Series” and “Environment Catalog” in Reaching New Audiences, edited by Martha C. Monroe and com¬piled for the North American Association for Environmental Education 1987 Annual Conference. NAAEE, Troy, Ohio.
Andrews, E. 1986. “Hazardous Waste in Your Home? Here's What You Should Do!” Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources flyer, publication #PUBL-WW-00386 REV and #PUBL-WW-00389 REV.
Andrews, E. 1986. “Hazardous Wastes in My School?” EE News, Vol. 3, No. 2, November 1986.
Andrews, E. 1983. “Community Appearance--An Environmental Issue: Organizing Resources for Local Action.” Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of the National Association of Environmental Education Annual Conference, NAAEE, Troy, Ohio.
Andrews, E. 1979. “Natural History Markers”. “A Land Owners Guide to Land Preservation in Dane County.” Dane County, Wisconsin Environmental Council. (pamphlet)