Tag Archives: Citizen science

DIP: Sustaining Ecological Communities Through Citizen Science and Online Collaboration

PIs: Rebecca Jordan, Gregory Newman, Steven Gray, Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Alycia Crall Rutgers University New Brunswick Award Details This project team is investigating the interaction among citizen scientists working both with each other and with professionals, along several dimensions. The cyberlearning environment in which these interactions takes place is built on an existing cyberinfrastructure, the International […]

EXP: Developing Citizen Scientists Through Face-to-Face and Networked Learning Opportunities

PI: Brigid Barron Stanford University This research project is investigating how networked technologies can generate excitement and expertise development among middle school students learning to become citizen scientists. The investigators are partnering with “Vital Signs,” a citizen science networked system located in the State of Maine, linked statewide to schools and accessible not only to […]

DIP: Collaborative Research: Transforming Science Learning with an Interactive Web Environment for Data Sharing and Visualization

Fred Martin, Michelle Scribner-MacLean, University of Massachusetts Lowell (Award Details) Samuel Christy, Machine Science Inc. (Award Details) In this Cyberlearning Design and Implementation Project, the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UML) and a non-profit collaborator, Machine Science Inc. of Cambridge, Massachusetts, are studying classroom implementations of a web platform that helps middle school and high school […]

EAGER: Cyberlearning at the Los Angeles State Historic Park

PIs: Jeffrey Burke, Noel Enyedy, Carlos Wagmister University of California-Los Angeles The long-term goal of this project team is to advance understanding of how technology can be used to leverage the potential of public spaces to promote civic engagement, public interaction, and ultimately, life-long learning. In this EAGER project, they are carrying out a set […]