Open the Community page in the Main Menu. The GlobalLab map or list of all registered users will upload.
If you choose list, you can see participants’ names, user pictures, usernames and levels.
If you choose on the map, you can see green dots on the map. The more participants are in one cluster, the bigger is the dot on the map.
If you pass the mouse on a green dot, you can see total number of participants in this cluster, and if you click on it, there appears cluster’s description with information about quantity of educators and participants in it.
As you zoom in, the green dots will turn into dots of smaller regions up to towns and individual user pictures.
You can click on a user picture to open the user profile.
Open the Community page in the Main Menu you can run a search for participants by
Simply fill in one or more fields and click on the Search button.
If the search is successful, you can see found participants of GlobalLab community as a list or on the map, depending what you’ve chosen.
Go to the Community page in the Main Menu and choose Groups in the drop-down menu.
On the Groups page, you can find groups by name. In the drop-down menu, you can choose All, Schoolgroups or Standalone groups (groups that are not included into schools).
Fill in fields and click on the Search button. If the search is successful, you can see found groups of GlobalLab community as a list.
Go to the Projects tab in the Main Menu and click on Projects.
Now you can enter keywords in the search field as well as use the Sort and Advanced Search menu to narrow or widen your search.
Sort menu helps you to find projects by:
* publication date;
* by popularity.
The default setting for Sort is Editor’s choice.
Advanced Search menu helps you to find a specific project quickly and efficiently.
You can print in the search field project name or phrase interested for you, and click on the “Search” button to see what projects have such phrase.
“Advanced Search” menu also helps you to find projects by:
* project mode;
* and other.