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Effective group work is important, but students can struggle with group work in the classroom. We have explored some research on group work in the classroom and share some tips on how to teach...
New feature alert: With a couple of clicks, a new course can be scheduled and ready for your students. Sit back and let our new Scheduling Interface do all the heavy lifting! Plus, learn about...
Learn how you can use our online learning platform, Lt, to create innnovative course designs and engage your students in active learning.
Dr. Ahmed Wafi has won the 2022 ADInstruments Macknight Innovative Educator Award, which he will use to teach physiology to medical students at Jazan University, Saudi Arabia.
Save time and easily make lessons and modules available to students with our new scheduling interface.
Make learning relevant for students with our new online biology labs in Lt. Engage your classes in interactive activities like polymerase chain reaction (PCR), CRISPR, ELISA, and SDS-PAGE analysis,...
Take a look inside this innovative lab that brings cutting-edge molecular biology techniques to your classroom.
Lt was a finalist or winner in 3 categories at the 2022 EdTech Awards from EdTech Digest!
Are you tired of teaching? Learn about burnout and burnout symptoms, as well as suggestions for recovery.
Dr. Bridget Ford shares her experience of using Lt’s online physiology labs to engage students in introductory anatomy and physiology courses.
Free download: Learn how student anxiety can be reduced with our free printables!
Use our new online biology labs to explore key concepts with your students, in-the-lab or remotely.
Join the discussion: Our Instructional Designer, Ellen, summarizes a podcast that focuses on the role educators play in supporting student mental health.
Boost your students' ability to write effective lab reports by using these tips!
Dr Abigail Rickard from the University of Greenwich shares why Lt was a key factor in making the transition to online teaching during the pandemic possible.