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HAPS Workshop B303

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Portland, OR

Engage Students in the Classroom with BSL

Join BIOPAC for our HAPS Workshop—Sunday’s Session 3 (B303) from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM in Shiley 124—and receive a FREE GUIDE: 10 Best Practices for Collecting and Analyzing Data in Human Subjects.
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Life science educators aspire to deliver engaging lessons that enable students to obtain a high degree of knowledge while building a confident commitment to learning. This workshop will target both new educators that are curious about what Biopac Student Lab (BSL) can offer and current users that are interested in maximizing the usage of existing BIOPAC Teaching Systems. Our latest Biopac Student Lab System features new functionality that helps educators deliver more inspired teaching including updated lessons with active learning content, factory calibrated transducers with improved accuracy out of the box and an add-on licensed feature for customizing lesson content. The extended BSL suite also includes a new add-on gas analysis system, the GASSYS3, which is capable of recording human metabolic data such as oxygen consumption (VO2) and carbon dioxide production (VCO2) from subjects at rest or at any level of exercise including VO2 max. The GASSYS3 is easy to set up and is accompanied by fully-scripted lessons which automatically calculate several useful metabolic parameters.

HAPS survey shows Biopac Student Lab is members' first choiceEDUCATION SOLUTIONS:
Biopac Student Lab Voted the #1 teaching system by HAPS members! This system is used in thousands of labs worldwide! BIOPAC Student Lab provides a flexible solution for education and research studies, and supports experimental techniques for a wide array of teaching disciplines. We will be demonstrating BSL Systems at HAPS Booth #509 Thursday and Friday, so stop by and don’t miss out!

See the HAPS 2019 Schedule and learn about conference activities on the HAPS website!


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