This web site presents a series of outputs from the e-Science Usability project – a collaboration between researchers at the University of Sussex, London Knowledge Lab and University of Nottingham, UK. The project ran from 2007 to 2009.
The project investigated the potential for a variety of readily available web and media tools for use in engaging teachers and learners in exploratory learning science sessions. The technologies listed here were used in a variety of ways to engage teachers and learners to think about science teaching and learning in novel ways, and explore the potential role for the technologies to introduce new ways to collaborate, engage in critical thinking around their science, and report on, reflect, share, re-use, visualise and discuss their science with others.
It is intended these guidelines form a valuable and developing resource for teachers and learners and we value feedback and new ideas to be added in.