Tools (or Go-Lab inquiry apps) that are offered in an Inquiry Learning Space (ILS) are most probably new for students. This means that a tool should be accompanied by some instruction for students on how to use it. This also, or maybe even stronger, holds for general tools such as note pads. If students are asked to fill these notepads in, it might be effective to give them topics or headings to use and in any case make explicit what is expected from them. Also, if you ask students to make questions or hypotheses, it may be wise to tell them, especially for inexperienced students, how many you expect.