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Remote Learning Solutions for College

Keep students engaged in science with our remote learning solutions.

As the educational world continues to reel from the impact of the COVID‑19 pandemic, we want to let you know that we’re here to help.

Campuses everywhere are experiencing extended closures and disruptions due to COVID‑19, and some colleges are integrating online learning into the next school year. We know that instructors are scrambling to find remote learning solutions as they’re having to transition their classes and labs to an online format with no prep time. 

For those in need of additional help, the CARES Act provides funding for colleges and universities to help ease the burden. Navigating the CARES Act can be daunting; we found this resource helpful.

Below, explore available resources including free training webinars, the Vernier Video Analysis app, Pivot Interactives, and our free experiments with sample data.

Free Webinar for Educators

Getting Started with Vernier Remote Learning Resources​

General Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

This free webinar will help you get started using our remote learning resources. Vernier STEM Training Director, David Carter, walks you through demonstrations of Vernier Video Analysis™, Pivot Interactives, and other useful resources that will help students engage with science, even from a distance.

Vernier Resources

General Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Free 30-day Trial

For college instructors and lab managers looking for remote alternatives to hands-on experimentation, Pivot Interactives is the solution for you. This online environment has a comprehensive video library of real experiments that offers actual data—not simulations. Students can use the built-in tools to vary experimental parameters to alter results for a deeper understanding of scientific concepts. 

Watch a Free Webinar on teaching remotely with Pivot Interactives.

General Science, Physics

Free 30-day Trial

Vernier Video Analysis app is a physics-focused tool where students can use their mobile devices to insert their own videos with recorded motion, mark points to track the object in motion, and set the scale of the video. This app brings physics and video analysis to all your students regardless of their location.

Watch a Free Webinar on exploring motion with Vernier Video Analysis.

General Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

Free

To help ensure students continue to sharpen their critical‑thinking skills and learn key scientific concepts during this precarious time, Vernier has put together over 300 free experiments with sample data files covering many subjects that you can distribute to your students at home. Though students won’t be performing the experiments themselves, they can perform their own analysis of the sample data and answer questions based on their results.

Arduino
Engineering, Coding

Free

These free starter activities are designed to provide an introduction to coding as well as a lesson in sensor technology using Vernier sensors and Arduino microcontrollers. Students get excited when they see coding come to life through hands-on technology. Integrating Vernier sensor technology with Arduino shows students how the physical world connects to the computer-centric activity of learning to code.

Partner Resources

Biology

Free 90-day trial

ADInstruments and Vernier have joined forces to create an interactive biology course designed for college instructors to use in their remote learning instruction. A collection of experiments with sample data derived from our three biology lab books helps educators teach crucial scientific concepts such as enzymes. The intuitive Lt interface makes for a richer online experience for students and educators alike.

Human Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Renewable Energy

Use Lab Builder, the robust content library by LabArchives, to customize experiments easily using a digital laboratory notebook and course management tools. You can also access Lab Builder to customize the experiments for different lab setups, equipment, and learning objectives.

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