This NASA-funded collaboration with the Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) builds on the success of GMRI’S existing LabVenture! Program to create new learning experiences focused on exploring the relationship between weather and climate.
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ODI and IBM teamed up for a three-day workshop, October 4-6, 2015, which convened a panel of 12 professionals from both data-intensive industries and K-16 education.
Ocean Tracks College Edition (OT-CE) is a three-year research and development project funded by NSF (grant # DUE-1431903), involving a collaboration between EDC and the University of California, San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Th
The Next Generation Science Standards place a strong emphasis on students’ mastery of “practices” of science and engineering.
Professionals in many career fields now find that researching, analyzing and integrating data is essential to their work.
Awarded in the fall of 2013 by the National Science Foundation, EDC is working with Concord Consortium and the University of Minnesota on the Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP) project.
With support from the National Science Foundation, EDC is working with SRI International and NASA in the development and piloting of interactive websites for high school classroom climate-change investigations.
The practice of science and engineering is being revolutionized by the development of cyberinfrastructures for accessing near real-time and archived observatory data.
Ocean Tracks: Investigating Marine Migrations in a Changing Ocean (Ocean Tracks) is a two-year Phase I research and development project funded by NSF (grant #1222413) that is a collaboration between EDC and Stanford University’s Hopkins M