"Through technology, Direct to Discovery is bringing researchers and scientists into the classroom, opening the door to innovation and achievement in a new way."  -- Georgia Governor Nathan Deal

The Direct-to-Discovery program at Georgia Tech (D2D@GT) brings world-class researchers and their laboratories into K-12 classrooms. D2D@GT enables teachers and researchers to collaborate in providing rich, up-to-date science content that inspires, motivates, and empowers experiential learning.

The D2D@GT program features three essential components: the underlying network infrastructure, the enabling technologies, and a collaborative professional development framework. Combining real-time, high definition videoconferencing and direct access to the high-speed global research and education network infrastructure with curriculum development expertise provides K-12 students with a unique, immersive learning experience.

This short video highlights some D2D@GT capabilities.

Meet some of our participating researchers as they explain how the D2D@GT model works for them.

Exciting Announcement – Can You Dig It?!!

On April 22, 2016, D2D@GT will be helping Georgia Tech celebrate Can You Dig It?, one of the largest Earth Day celebrations in the southeast! Our roving host will be engaging in live video conversations with some of the most interesting participants and taking questions from K-12 classrooms who connect to the interaction. An interview schedule will be posted during the first week of April.