BSL Home is a new teaching system for remote or in-class lab activities. Using BSL Home practical lab kits, students learn fundamentals of physiology and record life science data from their own bodies. BIOPAC is hosting an online presentation to explore the BSL Home box. Jasmine Anderson will walk you through all components and explain the steps a student will take from delivery to data reporting. This session will support students working alone at home or from any location and will ensure students get the same meaningful lab experience Biopac Student Lab has provided for millions of students in traditional labs.
In this live webinar, you will learn:
What’s in the box?
How to install BSL Home
How to complete a BSL Home Lesson
How to analyze BSL Home Data
Ways to share BSL Home Data
How to return BSL Home Kits
Webinar is LIVE On Demand.
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About Jasmine Anderson
Jasmine is the new Biopac Student Lab Product Manager; she previously served as the Midwest Regional Sales Representative for four years. Prior to joining BIOPAC Systems, Jasmine taught undergraduate laboratory courses and received training in active learning strategies for STEM. Today, she works on educational solutions that engage and excite students while streamlining the teaching process.
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