Fully customize the curriculum your students see in the Biopac Student Lab software
User-friendly interface works like a standard editor–no programming required!
“Publish” custom content to all computers in the local network
Set the lesson segments and guiding prompts for your specific protocol
The BSL Curriculum Management System is an optional add-on licensed feature* that allows instructors to substitute customized lesson content and create user-defined onscreen lesson instructions for any existing BSL Lesson. It also has a built-in networking feature allowing instructors to easily broadcast customized content to student workstations over a local network. The level of control over lesson customization in the BSL Curriculum Management System goes well beyond the scope of standard BSL Lessons & PRO and is ideal for instructors wishing to create, edit, and modify content in a seamless, flexible fashion.
Associate custom recording procedures,analysis procedures, introductions and data reports with any existing BSL Lesson with a mouse-click.
Subsititute any user-defined PDF for the default BSL Lesson PDFs.
Edit onscreen HTML Journal content to create custom onscreen instructions with the built-in BSL Visual editor
Set Instructor (Host) and Student (Client) network settings to share lesson content—you don’t need to be an I.T. expert! Simply select in BSL PRO Preferences to connect automatically over your local network.
Share BSL PRO Lessons and Instructor-customized Lessons over the network.
* The BSL CMS Curriculum Management System is available through optional licensing in BSL 4.1 and above. The license must be authorized to use this lesson customization tool. To add a license to an existing Biopac Student Lab installation, please contact BIOPAC.
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