Participation in the project and engagement with its findings has had demonstrable impact upon:
* Teachers and learners in our research settings, who have benefited from the implementation of new pedagogical approaches, richer learning environmnents and participation in supported professional enquiry. Several have gone on to be accredited, present and publish accounts of their work, or secure further funding for technology and curriculum development work.
* Learning Technologists have benefited from enhanced semantic web tools which are easier to use and support and which are supported by high quality examples, documentation and training materials. This group, and the teachers and learners they support, will benefit further with the publication of a book to be published in 2013 (see below).
* The Semantic Web Development Community, particularly those working on lightweight linked data tools, have benefited from the extension of the SIMILE Exhibit web application framework; from detailed educational use cases based on project examples; and from validation of existing commitments offer easy-to-use semantic web tools supporting local and domain-specific ontologies
* The Digital Archive Community, particularly those working on the Data Documentation Initiative, have benefited from the projects' provision of educational and social science research use cases, models and new archiving tools.
* Educational Researchers, particularly those interested in technology enhanced learning, interdisciplinary working and participatory approaches, have both the rich accounts of the work of the project on which to draw and an extended theoretical repertoire drawing on spatial, actor-network theory and assemblage theories.
* Members of the extended project 'community of enquiry', particular early career researchers and the students employed as research associates, have had work published, have secured follow-on funding and have taken the work of the project into new areas.