Posts Tagged science

Teaching Chemistry with Labster’s Virtual Labs

The California Community Colleges have partnered with Labster to provide virtual lab simulations to the colleges in its system. Join this webinar to learn best practices on engaging your chemistry students and reducing instructor workload with Labster’s virtual lab simulations. Labster’s Head of Content and Research, Ainara

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Share Showcase – Teaching Online Science Labs: Chemistry

  Online lab sciences leverage innovative strategies and technology to meet traditional lab learning outcomes. Nick DeMello teaches chemistry lab classes online for both non-major students and science majors. Mark Blaser has been investigating resources for chemistry labs with potential use in both hybrid and fully online

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Share Showcase – Teaching Online Science Labs: Astronomy

Online lab sciences leverage innovative strategies and technology to meet traditional lab learning outcomes. Joann Eisberg’s online astronomy labs use a variety of tools and resources that allow students to formulate scientific investigations, observe/measure phenomena, and gather/analyze/report qualitative and quantitative data. Students may choose among online simulations,

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Canvas Admin Support for Labster

Canvas Admin Support for Labster

This is an open “drop in” hour for CCC Canvas Admins to get support with integrating Labster into your local instance of Canvas. Zoom Info: https://zoom.us/j/9063740877 Meeting ID: 906 374 0877 Call in by phone: +1 669 900 6833 US 

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Getting Started with Labster for Teaching Science Labs Online

Getting Started with Labster for Teaching Science Labs Online

This session is for CCC faculty who are transitioning lab sciences courses to remote instruction. It provides a helpful overview of Labster, the virtual lab provider that is now available to you with support from the CCC Chancellor’s Office.  The session includes an overview of Labster including

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Digital Strategy in Action: Moving My Science Course Online

Digital Strategy in Action: Moving My Science Course Online

With so many science faculty suddenly being asked to transition their courses online with little time to research and plan, we wanted to offer you the opportunity to hear directly from a peer that has gone through the process. In this webinar, hear Dr. Cindy Malone of

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