IDTRoundtables: Teaching Science Labs at a Distance

From E-Learning Faculty Modules


Presented by:

• Huseyin Dogan • Lisa Pohlman • Annelise Nguyen • Christopher Culbertson • Stefan Bossmann • Michael Moore

The teaching of empirical science courses online has been constrained by the challenges of recreating “wet lab” experiences for online learners. Some universities partner with other institutions to offer local labs for learners; others request that learners arrange their own access for hands-on learning. Home labs are used in some curricular domains, which involve the uses of designed lab kits that are mailed to learners. Others use virtual simulations. Join us for this presentation, which will introduce seven K-State faculty members who have been delivering “wet lab” learning using a variety of strategies and tools.

Online lab providers will be available before and after the Roundtable to give demonstrations, discuss their resources, and answer your questions.

The video below is from the above session, which is part of the IDT Roundtable series, which ran from 2004 - 2012.


Teaching Science Labs at a Distance

This is part of the Instructional Design Technologies Roundtable series, which ran from 2004 - 2012, at Kansas State University.

Teaching Science Labs at a Distance



Teaching Science Labs at a Distance (Vendors Presentation)


This video spotlights the vendors who participated in a group presentation by faculty members who discuss various strategies for teaching science labs at a distance. Dr. Dave Stewart hosted this session.

This video is part of the Instructional Design Technologies Roundtable series, which ran from 2004 – 2012. This presentation is part of the last of the series.

Teaching Science Labs at a Distance: Vendors Presentation