Teaching respiratory physiology: How to clean the Lt Sensors Spirometer

Respiratory physiology is an important topic in the undergraduate curriculum. Learn how to clean a spirometer to ensure hygiene in your teaching laboratory.

Teaching respiratory physiology: How does a spirometer work?

Respiratory physiology is an important topic in the undergraduate curriculum. Learn how a spirometer works and how to use one in your teaching lab.

Teach them a lesson they'll never forget! The Myotatic Reflex...

Teach your students a lesson they'll never forget with the myotatic reflex! Use this free protocol to have your students compare the joint angle and latency of the myotatic reflex under normal conditions and while performing the Jendrassik maneuver.

The Use of Biosignal Data in Upper-Level Undergraduate Physiology Labs

Each year, the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) brings together hundreds of educators to celebrate and promote excellence in teaching anatomy and physiology. In this blog, we highlight the presentation material covered by Dr. Shari Litch Gray, Professor of Biology at Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts, during her HAPS 2024 workshop.

What’s it like to use Lt as a student? “It gave us a more in-depth understanding”

A successful Medical Science graduate of Flinders University, Hannah Gapps now works as a Technical Officer in pathology. She used Lt in her practical physiology labs while studying, and chatted to us about how the interactive platform helped her learn.

Streamline your labs with our updated teaching pharmacology kit

Our updated Teaching Pharmacology Kit has been designed to ensure that you have everything you need for your teaching labs, and nothing you don’t.

A hub for life sciences education: Join the ADI: Educator Community on LinkedIn!

Our refreshed group on LinkedIn is a hub for life sciences education in #highered, where you can share resources, ask questions, get feedback, and build meaningful relationships - across campus and across the globe!

Talking Teaching: Active learning strategies to use in the lab and online

Use situated cognition and the cognitive apprenticeship model to involve students in deep learning.

Congratulations to Dr. Bridget Ford - Winner of the 2024 ADInstruments Macknight Innovative Educator Award!

Dr. Bridget Ford has won the 2024 ADInstruments Macknight Innovative Educator Award! Learn more about how she plans to utilize the award to build out an upper-division anatomy and physiology lab at University of the Incarnate Word.

How to use this pediatric asthma clinical case study in your nursing course

Dr. Andrew O’Malley discusses the importance of clinical cases to nursing education and shares how to use our new pediatric asthma case study to teach your nursing students about childhood asthma.

New Video: Discover improved data sampling and analysis in Lt

Watch Tim Wright, Instructional Design Specialist, share how we've improved data collection and analysis in Lt for your students.

How to support nontraditional students in an anatomy or physiology course

We speak with Dr. Silvia Smith and Dr. Crystal Walline of the University of North Carolina - Pembroke about how they teach complex anatomy and physiology to students with busy lives.

New for physiology educators: Take a look inside our new Auditory System Mini Lab...

Looking to fill gaps in your physiology curriculum in a no-stress way, fast? Use a Mini Lab! In our new mini lab on the auditory system, students use a tuning fork to assess how we perceive sound via air and bone, and then determine their hearing threshold for various sound frequencies.