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Web Site Redesign

Ready to start the school year with some hands-on science? Vernier’s new website redesign just might make your job a little easier.

The redesign adds features and functionality to better help you research probeware for your budget and curriculum, get technical support, discover grants for data-acquisition technology, and find training in your area.

Here are a few key improvements:

  • Comprehensive product pages with photos of Vernier technology, videos, sample graphs, specifications, and experiment ideas.
  • Product comparison pages to help you choose the perfect technology for your lab.
  • Experiment pages with introductions, objectives, equipment lists, state and national standards correlations, and free previews of student instructions.
  • New pages for Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Engineering and more: Now you can find products, experiments, and training for the subjects you teach.

The website will continue to improve to better help you teach science with technology—your first year or thirtieth year with us.

Cheers!
Vernier Web Team

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Source: Wired.com

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