Webinar: Implementing Physiological Recordings in a Lecture-style Classroom with Portable Sensors

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Learn how you can bring hands-on data acquisition and analysis into the lecture hall for a variety of biosignals.


In this webinar for physiology educators, Dr. Steven Stelly showcases how you can use portable USB sensors to record physiological data, not only in the lab but in the lecture hall as well. This interactive session uses Lt Sensors to integrate live physiological data recording into lecture-style teaching.


Have a question? We'd love to hear it. Contact Steven at s.stelly@adinstruments.com.

This event was sponsored by ADInstruments as part of the 2023 Human Anatomy and Physiology Society Virtual Conference.

About the speaker:


Steven Stelly, PhD    
Education Applications Specialist   

Steven Stelly (Ph.D. in Integrative Physiology) has a broad background in physiology and was formerly an educator and researcher in academia. 

Currently, Steven works as an Education Applications Specialist at ADInstruments, and spends the bulk of his time supporting educators all across North America.

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