ADInstruments and Vernier are excited to co-present this free webinar that will show how our Lt Biology Collection (created in partnership with Vernier) can be used to teach key biological concepts, and keep your students inspired and engaged both in the lab and online.
During this webinar the Director of Biology at Vernier, John Melville, will give an overview of our Lt Biology collection and its benefits, and demonstrate how educators and students can use Vernier Go Direct sensors to easily record real-time data or use pre-built example data to learn remotely.
Joining the discussion will be Charlotte Steel, an instructional designer from the Lt Content team, who will describe how the collection was created using pedagogical techniques relevant to undergraduate biology students, including how we drew from Bloom's taxonomy, and from Vision and Change Core Competencies.
Liam Farley, one of our global customer success managers, will give a basic introduction to Lt and be on-hand to answer any questions you may have. You'll learn about authoring: our labs are fully editable, so you can easily adapt them for your curriculum, or use them straight away.
Can’t make it? No worries - register anyway and Vernier will send you the recording!
Key topics will include:
Understand how to use the robust features of Lt to enliven your biology course.
Explore the engaging Vernier experiments available in the collection.
Learn how to collect real-time data with Vernier sensors using Lt.
Learn how to use stored sample data sets - ideal for remote instruction.
We don’t currently have any scheduled sessions that match your selection, but please give us your details below to register your interest and we’ll contact you if a session is scheduled in your region.