The AISL program invests in research and development of innovative and field-advancing out-of-school STEM learning and emerging STEM learning environments. AISL-funded projects that intersect with cyberlearning include those that increase technology in museums, transmedia evolving from media, and games as an informal place for learning.
Participating Resource Centers
[post-tiles categories=’999,143′ posts=’10’ key=’hide’]
Recently Added Projects
- AISL Pathways: The Role of Story in Games to Teach Computer Science Concepts to Middle School Girls, funded by DRL RES ON GENDER IN SCI & ENGINE, AISL. PI: Elisabeth Gee, Arizona State University.
- UTRAC: Using Technology to Research After Class, funded by the DRL AISL and Cyberlearning programs. PI: Anthony Hartshorn, Montana State University.
- Walking in Two Worlds: Engaging the Community and Future Native American Scientists in Environmental Science and Managing Natural Resources on Tribal Lands, funded by the DRL ITEST and AISL programs. PI: Emi Ito, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Suggest other people for CIRCL to feature.
AISL Relevant Content on This Site
On May 11-15, 2015, the NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase: Improving Science, Math, Engineering Computer Science, and Technology K-12 will showcase cutting-edge NSF-funded work to improve teaching and learning, and allow colleagues affiliated with MSPnet, CADRE, CIRCL, CAISE, STELAR, CS10Kcommunity, and ARC to view, discuss, and comment on each others’ work. We invite you to submit and present a 3-minute video…
Read more in the March 2015 CIRCL Newsletter
The EBSCO Education Research Complete database is now available to users of InformalScience.org. The database makes available abstracts for more than 2,400 journals and full-text access for over 1,000 journals. The database also includes full text for hundreds of books and monographs, and full text for numerous education-related conference papers. Topics include education, social science research and evaluation with coverage across many different informal STEM education sectors, such as science museums, aquariums, zoos and botanical gardens, nature centers…
Read more in the March 2014 CIRCL Newsletter
The NSF-funded Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE) hosts InformalScience.org, an online community of nearly 1000 members and collection of informal STEM learning projects, evaluation, and research/reference resources…
Read more in the September 2013 CIRCL Newsletter
Other Available Information
Upon request, CIRCL can provide information on participation in our events, webinars, brokering activities, and more.
To request information or suggest additionals to our coverage of AISL, please contact CIRCL.