Beginners Guide to using Lt
Follow these six simple steps and begin teaching your students online quickly and easily.Log in to Lt
There are many pre-made Lt lessons available already!
Shifting your content into Lt is as simple as drag and drop!
All content in Lt is fully customizable, so you can merge existing content with your own to make the lessons you need.
If students aren’t able to access the lab, they can still access data.
It’s as easy as importing a class list.
Whether to showcase to staff or to distribute to students, you choose what is seen.
Lt Support Videos
kuraCloud desktop application
Student Admin Resource Pack
Lesson checklist - pre-release to students
This checklist will help you make sure your lessons are ready for students.
Lt student pre-invitation template
A template for a quick introductory email to your students, explaining what Lt is and how to sign up. We strongly recommend sending this email out before you invite students to your course.
Lt student invitation template
This template is formatted in a way that allows you to import students to Lt. See our Support Article here: Importing Students into Lt
Student experience - login and exploration
An introductory video for students. You may want to share this video with your students at the same time you invite them.
See here for a more in-depth checklist before publishing and making content available to students. Some key points to note are:
- The content is up-to-date and ready to be accessed by students
- You’ve decided if the lesson will be published individually or in a module
- The lesson has a poster (thumbnail) icon
- Once published, the lesson is available to students at the correct date(s) and time(s).
- I’ve selected ‘Student View’ and can see the content I expected is available to the students.
Before publishing content, consider if the content is best published as a stand-alone lesson or as one of a series of related lessons in a module. For example, a lesson introducing the course would likely be best published by as a stand-alone lesson. However, a pre-lab quiz lesson that precedes an associated lab would be best published within a module.
Note: It’s very important to only publish a lesson either individually or within a module. If a lesson is published both as an individual lesson and a lesson within a module, students can start and complete them separately.
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Services and Training
Lt Services packages
This training is tailored to your needs and can include:
- Equipment setup
- Administration training
- Authoring lessons
- Lab demonstrator (TA) training
- Group work
- LabChart settings for Lt
- Best practices
- Onsite IT training
- Onsite technical setup
Starting with a consultation and content development plan, we can create a package designed for you that can include options such as:
- Content or lesson conversion and learning design
Supporting your Lt Journey
Meet our Customer Success Managers (CSMs) - dedicated to helping you transition to and succeed with our online learning platform Lt.
Meet your local CSM
Arianna Boulet (North America)
I graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado. As a CSM, I love working with passionate instructors who truly care about their students. Being able to help such innovative educators makes loving my job that much easier!
My favorite Lt feature is how easy it is to author. I think it is important for instructors to be able to customize the content to fit around their course and learning objectives, and Lt makes this very easy for them.
Gabrielle Leite (South America)
I’m a Biologist graduated from UNESP- Rio Claro and I did my master’s degree in Comparative Physiology at UFSCar- São Carlos. I started working at ADInstruments in 2012 as an Application Scientist and since then I have taken on a more supportive role for our customers in Brazil and Latin America.
What I like most about Lt is its authoring tool and how easy it is to use! I love being able to offer educators a quality solution to the problems they face every day.
Liam Farley (Australasia)
I did my undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Physiology before joining the ADI team in 2015. What I enjoy most about being a CSM is working with a customer to help them overcome a particular pain point.
I love that Lt does a lot of the heavy lifting for educators, in the sense that it has so much quality content already available.
“With Lt’s ongoing and personalized customer service, we’re always supported to ensure the platform is working for us”
- Associate Professor Diane Kenwright, Head of Department, Pathology and Molecular Medicine, University of Otago, Wellington, NZ.
“I didn’t know customer service like this existed until I started using Lt”
- Bronwen Mayo, Lecturer in Biosciences School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia, AUS.