COVID-19: Hands-On Labs
Helps Higher Ed Institutions
Shift Labs Online

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As the coronavirus continues to spread like wildfire around the globe, higher educational institutions have faced the difficult task of shifting their courses to remote learning quickly and efficiently. COVID-19-related campus closures have posed a particular problem for lab science instructors, who now have to coordinate their instruction without access to higher-ed lab facilities. During this time of crisis, Hands-On Labs has emerged as an industry leader, guiding hundreds of new schools as they transition their students and faculty into a remote-learning system. Click the link below to learn more about what HOL is doing to help these institutions take on this new challenge. 

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EdSurge: COVID-19 Forces Science Labs Online and in Homes 

 

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