The Backyard Wilderness project is an evaluation of the informal and formal educational outreach campaign associated with the giant screen film, Backyard Wilderness.
Through U!Scientist, visitors to the Adler Planetarium (Chicago) use a multi-touch tabletop exhibit to engage in citizen science by classifying galaxies, with the goal that they learn about the process of science, and develop more positive attitudes towards science and science identity.
This project looks for large scale impacts of such a widespread, sustained-over-time experience on students, teachers, schools and communities.
The Meaningful Math project studies and aims to improve the data, statistics, and numeracy supports for consumers of news media.
The Life on Earth project created software for a multi-touch table to help museum visitors explore biodiversity and evolution using data from the Tree of Life, Encyclopedia of Life, and other databases.
CLiPSE worked to develop a network of partners to conduct climate literacy education across the Southeast US.