CRISPR…it’s not magic

CRISPR…it’s not magic

When Dr. Julia Raizen started graduate school in the 1980’s, the term ‘molecular biology’ hardly existed. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR), now commonly used in biology and medicine, had just been invented and was a slow, laborious process. While studying a class of...
WEBINAR: Tips for moving your course online

WEBINAR: Tips for moving your course online

Last month we hosted a webinar with Vernier Software & Technology. Because it was such a hit we’re hosting another one… TOMORROW. Join us to learn more about how to take your course online sans stress. We’ll address common hurdles and take questions on...
The Lecture is Dead: Long Live the Lecture!

The Lecture is Dead: Long Live the Lecture!

This piece was written by LabArchives user, Gareth Denyer, Professor of Biochemical Education at The University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia. Gareth Denyer Ten Reasons Why Lectures Won’t Go Back to the Way They Were Overview The transition to on-line delivery has...
Preview: Chemistry eCourse Pack

Preview: Chemistry eCourse Pack

LabArchives is many things. It’s an electronic lab notebook, teaching tool, grade book and learning platform. It’s also a one-stop-shop for course content. Inside of Lab Builder, our course content library, instructors can find and distribute things like lab manuals,...
Saying good bye to routine ruts

Saying good bye to routine ruts

Wendy Riggs isn’t new to the remote classroom. She’s been teaching General Biology online at College of the Redwoods for 3 years. Just a few months ago, teaching a lab course like ‘Gen Bio’ online would’ve sounded like a crazy concept to many. Now it’s just reality....