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Welcome to the Informal Science Education Evidence Wiki
|| The Informal Science Education Evidence Wiki exists to support a public discussion of the case for informal science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. The goal is to provide easy to read summaries of evidence that characterize the benefits and outcomes of ISE experiences.
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The ISE Evidence Wiki is Moving
Starting May 13, 2013, the ISE Evidence Wiki will be available as part of beta.informalscience.org
All ISE Evidence Wiki articles have been migrated to a wiki that is integrated with the new website. This wiki will remain available for access during the informalscience.org beta period.
Wiki Content Index
- Afterschool and Youth programs (e.g., youth development programs, 4-H, Scouting)
- Broadcast Media (e.g., radio, film, television)
- Cyberlearning and Gaming (e.g., online, games, mobile, distance)
- Public Programs (e.g., forums, science cafes, citizen science programs, theatre, lectures, museum programs for non-school audiences)
- School programs (e.g., field trips, school outreach, teacher professional development)
This wiki was developed by the Visitor Studies Association as part of the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education in cooperation with the National Science Foundation (Grant No.
DRL-0638981). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are
those of the wiki authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Visitor Studies Association, the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education, or the National Science Foundation.