On-Line Science Labs

by Evelyn Beck IN VIRTUAL SCIENCE labs, students can handle dangerous poisons, analyze raging rivers, and conduct experiments in evolution-activities otherwise impossible for most college students. “The on-line labs were designed to provide a laboratory experience in situations where it is not feasible to do a wet lab because of the time, expense, or danger involved,” says Robert Desharnais, a biology professor at California State University in Los Angeles. Desharnais has helped design EvolutionLab, MitochondriaLab, and Virtual River, on-line biology labs that are available by subscription from Addison Wesley Longman (http://biologylab.awlonline.com/). These labs are intended as supplements for high school […]
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