With so many educators teaching remotely this school year, we want to offer you webinars that gives you new ideas for bringing data collection to your students. Our experienced educational technology specialists will walk you through experiments that students can do from home using our free sample data.

Exploring Chemistry Through Hands-On Experimentation

This free webinar outlines a few experiments that use data-collection technology to help your students investigate gas laws, observe the reaction between blue food coloring and bleach, and more. Our Educational Technology Specialist Nüs Hisim will demonstrate how to easily integrate hands-on experimentation into your instruction. You will receive access to experiment files and sample data to use with your students.

May 17th from 1:00–2:00 p.m. (PDT)


  • Exploring the Properties of Gases
  • Rate Law Determination of the Crystal Violet Reaction

Activating Your Biology Teaching with EKG Experiments

This free webinar demonstrates how you can use an EKG sensor to help your students understand the heart’s electrical activity. Join John Melville, our Director of Biology, as he outlines innovative ways to use data-collection technology to introduce important biology concepts to your students.

May 18th from 1:00–1:30 p.m. (PDT)

Experiment: Monitoring EKG

Investigating Magnetic Fields

This free webinar introduces you to an innovative experiment that will help students better understand the relationship between magnetic fields, current, and coil spacing in a solenoid. This experiment uses the Vernier Graphical Analysis Pro app and our Go Direct® Magnetic Field Sensor. Join our co-founder Dave Vernier for this interactive professional development opportunity.

May 19th from 1:00–1:30 p.m. (PDT)

Experiment: The Magnetic Field in a Slinky

Energizing Human Physiology with Data Collection

This free webinar introduces you to an innovative experiment that helps students gain valuable experience using data-collection technology and form a deeper understanding of lung volumes and capacities. Led by John Melville, our Director of Biology, this webinar outlines how to use a spirometer to determine tidal volume, vital capacity, and other lung volume parameters. 

May 26th from 1:00–1:30 p.m. (PDT)

Experiment: Lung Volume and Capacities

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