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Find out how New York University kept their biology students engaged while teaching labs and research skills online.
Dawn Livingstone, Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh shares her experience of using Lt to deliver online practical classes for their Biomedical Sciences course during COVID.
Find out more about this interactive lab covering the basic structure and function of the endocrine system and the importance of feedback loops in regard to endocrine communication.
Find out how students are using learning objectives and how to optimize your course LOs to better suit your student's needs!
Join the discussion! Here we discuss the concept of metacognition and how to encourage students to use metacognition in the classroom.
Join the discussion: In this blog, we discuss the concept of personalized learning and how technological advances in AI might influence the future of learning.
Dr Aavo Lang is an Associate Professor of Human Physiology at the University of Tartu, with 30+ years of teaching experience. Aavo explains how Lt has been helping him meet the changing teaching...
2000+ educators signed up to use Lt for free during the pandemic. 10 of the top 20 clinical and health universities in the world use Lt.
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.
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: 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!
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!