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Apps are dedicated software tools that help students in their inquiry learning tasks and help students to create hypotheses, design experiments, make predictions, formulate interpretations of the data, etc. Other learning apps present students, for example, with a quiz or allow students to view online teacher feedback. The apps can be combined with an Online Lab to create an Inquiry Learning Space (ILS). Learning Analytics apps give teachers an overview of students’ progress in the ILS.

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The Note board app lets learners put colored notes (like a stickie note) on a whiteboard and comment on them. Each note has a title and text content. You as a teacher, define the named boards (sections) on the whiteboard. The learners can move the notes between the boards.

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Chempy is a tool specifically designed to enter and check chemical formula using the standard notation of using subscripts for coefficients and superscripts for charges. Teachers configure Chempy by giving the formula (e.g., Na+ + Cl- -> NaCl) that students have to enter.

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The Concept Mapper tool lets learners create concept maps, to get an overview of the key concepts and their relations in a scientific domain. They can define their own concepts and relations or choose from a list of predefined terms.

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The Data Viewer lets learners visualise the data (that most often will come from experiments). Data can be visualized in different ways, e.g., as a bar chart, scatter plot, or line chart. As a teacher you configure the source of the data set.

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This app allows the teacher to construct sentences containing blank spaces in place of words or phrases. The students can then drag the terms and drop them in the correct blanks. The students also have the option of validating their answers.

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The collaborative text editor app allows students to work on a formatted text. There are three options. First, students work on their own and just create a text for themselves. Second, students are working in groups, as defined by the Collaboration tool.

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The Data Entry tool lets learners enter results in a table. As a  teacher you can define the columns of the table or leave that up to the learners. The learners can then use the Data Viewer to visualize the results.

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The Peer Assessment Tool allows students to assess each other’s work. Students can give and receive feedback of their peers about a particular learning product in an ILS – hypotheses, questions etc.

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The GoModel modelling app allows you to create models and simulations. It can be used in various scientific domains to investigate complex phenomena. GoModel is based on the System Dynamics modelling language with stocks, flows, and feedback loops.

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The table tool lets learners fill text or numerical data in a table. You as the teacher, define the rows and columns of the table, students cannot change those..