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Join the discussion: In this blog, we explore how online tutoring services such as Chegg are being used by students to cheat, and what we as educators or lesson creators can do about it.
Congratulations to last year's (2020) winner of the ADInstruments Macknight Early Career Innovative Educator Award, presented by the APS: Erin Vasudevan, Assistant Professor at Stony Brook...
COVID-19 has brought around a dramatic change in how science courses are taught. So how can educators adapt their traditional lab set up to suit both in-person and remote learning environments?
Join the discussion: Find out how the Anatomy Department at Queen Mary University dealt with holding anatomy practicals online while in lockdown, plus we've included some easy tips for...
Join the discussion: In this blog, we explore how handwriting and typing compare in terms of memory retrieval and brain engagement in the classroom.
We are extremely excited to announce the release of Lt Sensors - our new, cost-effective, and versatile solution for recording biosignals directly into our online learning platform Lt!
February 11th marks The International Day of Women and Girls in Science! To celebrate, here are two inspiring illustrations (done by our very own ADI Women in Science) for you to download and keep!
Join the discussion: Find out why photosensitivity and visual accessibility are important factors to consider when designing digital content - plus we share some helpful resources and...
Dr James Clark, Reader in Human Physiology at King’s College London and winner of the prestigious Otto Hutter Award 2020, shares his experiences from the first semester of pandemic teaching.
Easily monitor student performance and engagement with the course content in real-time, quickly identify students who may be struggling or falling behind - plus a whole lot more!
Turn out nursing graduates with advanced clinical skills and professional values. Lt's Nursing Collection aligns with the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council's Standards of Proficiency.
Leading nursing educator and academic, Alison McLachlan, outlines a comprehensive nursing curriculum design which is applicable to patient care across the whole spectrum of conditions encountered in...
Happy National Chemistry Week and National Mole Day! What is a mole anyway, and how can you make learning about moles straightforward, as well as interesting?
As COVID-19 restrictions fluctuate, it's more important than ever to ensure that the lab equipment we and our students are using is disinfected and safe to use.
Join the Discussion: How animations of events at the molecular level can improve the representations that students create of these events, as well as student confidence.