Web Designs for Interactive Learning: WDIL

Description:

A conference and proceedings project called "Crafting and Evaluating Interactive Educational Websites" that culminated in the website Web Designs for Interactive Learning (WDIL).

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<p>Based on the ideas and activities developed at the conference, the Web Designs for Interactive Learning (WDIL) website was created.</p>

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Exploratorium hosted an invitational conference that brought together about 40 people with experience in designing educational interactive web sites. Participants included Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia; Brad Johnson, co-founder and Creative Director of Second Story; and James Bower, founder of Whyville.net.

<p>Based on the ideas and activities developed at the conference, the Web Designs for Interactive Learning (WDIL) website was created.</p> thumbnail
<p>Based on the ideas and activities developed at the conference, the Web Designs for Interactive Learning (WDIL) website was created.</p>

Based on the ideas and activities developed at the conference, the Web Designs for Interactive Learning (WDIL) website was created.

<p>Based on the ideas and activities developed at the conference, the Web Designs for Interactive Learning (WDIL) website was created.</p> thumbnail
Date:
2004
Role:
Principal Investigator
Funder:
  • National Science Foundation #0439102 and #4039564
Collaborators:
Rick Bonney, Theodore Koterwas