Higher Education Instructors Can Now Use Labarchives’ Library of Course Content to Easily Access and Customize Experiments Using Vernier Data-Collection Technology
Vernier Software & Technology recently partnered with LabArchives to provide higher education science instructors with easy access to customized experiments that use Vernier data-collection technology. Instructors can now use the LabArchives Lab Builder platform to access Vernier experiments covering human physiology, biology, chemistry, physics, and renewable energy.
“Through our partnership with LabArchives, instructors utilizing Lab Builder will have access to hundreds of experiments they can use to further incorporate data collection into their course instruction,” said John Wheeler, CEO of Vernier Software & Technology. “Instructors can easily customize these experiments to meet their various teaching needs and to engage students in the type of robust scientific data collection they will experience in the field.”
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The newly added Vernier experiments are fully adaptable based on instructors’ varied lab setups, equipment, and objectives. The Vernier library within Lab Builder features well-tested, ready-to-go experiments that give students the opportunity to gain practical and relevant data-collection and analysis experience.
The LabArchives digital lab notebook, in conjunction with Lab Builder content and Vernier experiments, provides a comprehensive, authentic course experience and prepares students to succeed in real-world laboratory settings. This partnership helps add more tools to an instructor’s teaching tool kit and helps students gain valuable experience using data-collection technology.
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