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  1. Dissecting e-Labs & i-Labs

  2. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  3. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  4. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  5. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  6. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  7. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  8. What is a laboratory? A scientist might say it is a place where people: collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students

  9. What is a laboratory? A teacher might say it is a place where students: work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  10. What is a laboratory? A teacher might say it is a place where students: work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  11. What is a laboratory? A teacher might say it is a place where students: work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  12. What is a laboratory? A teacher might say it is a place where students: work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  13. What is a laboratory? A teacher might say it is a place where students: work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  14. Scientist’s view Learner’s view collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  15. Scientist’s view Learner’s view collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  16. Scientist’s view Learner’s view collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  17. Scientist’s view Learner’s view collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  18. Scientist’s view Learner’s view collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  19. Scientist’s view Learner’s view collaborate conduct experiments collect data analyze data produce technical reports publish scientific papers build widgets teach students work with partners explore science topics make measurements analyze data draw conclusions write lab reports

  20. What about e-Labs & i-Labs? In a perfect world, learners have access to the equipment and IT they need for experiments. Learners in Tallahassee don’t have ready access to the Hubble. We can invite learners into our research communities and, with the Grid, provide access to real data and IT resources. The tools that do this are called: e-Labs in school settings i-Labs in museums and science centers

  21. The tools that do this are called: e-Labs in school settings i-Labs in museums and science centers They include tools to: deliver data foster investigation suggest questions sustain collaboration enable publication