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Nothing should stop determined educators and their students from following their curiosity. At Labster we view science simulations as an extension of your classroom and your lab. Evidence shows our virtual labs can keep your students on track no matter what.

Planning for the fall term
in-person, online or hybrid

Labster helps you teach regardless of pandemic restrictions. Depending on your preferences and circumstances, you can use virtual labs:

  • To replace the physical lab environment until in-person learning can resume
  • As homework to engage critical thinking and to support lectures and readings
  • As extra credit to give students the opportunity to improve their grades and obtain additional experience

Need some inspiration? Here are some real-world stories from educators like you:

Fisk University: Increased average course grades from a C- to a B

San José State University: Increased average final exam grades from a D+ to B-

Dr. Melody Esfandiari, Chemistry Lecturer

“The pandemic forced us to try new things that will help us teach more effectively. Labster was one of those.”
When in-person classes resume at San José State University, Introductory Chemistry will be taught with a combination of in-person labs and Labster virtual labs.

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