LabArchives will host a week-long boot camp for instructors, TAs, and course coordinators preparing Spring courses.
Please view the schedule below and register now. Each session will be capped at 100 attendees.
Introduction to LabArchives Education Edition – For Instructors, TAs, and Course Coordinators
For instructors, TAs, and course coordinators that would like an overview of how to create a course notebook, invite students, and grade assignments using LabArchives. Join this session to learn about our best practices and tips to make your Spring Course a success!
LabArchives Education Edition – Setting up your Course Notebook or Lab Manual
For instructors and course coordinators that would like extra guidance on setting up their course notebooks, organizing materials, and using content from Lab Builder – our multidisciplinary, open source library of course content that contains access to hundreds of online labs, protocols, course packs, and even textbooks!
LabArchives Education Edition for TAs and Grading Staff – Navigating Student Notebooks and Grading Assignments
For Teaching Assistants, graduate students, and all grading staff that would like to review how they can access, navigate, and grade content in LabArchives student notebooks without breaking a sweat!
Using the Canvas, Blackboard, or Moodle LTI Integration in your LabArchives Course Notebook
Join this session to learn how to set up your course through an LTI integration partner, interact with student notebooks, and grade assignments.
Can’t make any of the boot camp sessions but you want to learn more about the LabArchives Education Edition?
- Sign up for one of LabArchives weekly public webinars
- Sign up for one of LabArchives webinars customized for Jefferson
- Watch recorded training videos
- Learn more about LabArchives in the knowledgebase
- Contact the LabArchives support team for a custom training: email@example.com
- Contact the Jefferson LabArchives team: LAsupport@jefferson.edu