Welcome to Labster! We’re excited for you and your students to get started using our virtual science lab simulations.
Once you have signed up (request access here), a unique access URL/link will be provided for every instructor for whom you requested access.
Please watch this welcome tutorial/guide. Although it is geared for high school, the same access methods apply to college-level courses using Quick Access.
How to Share Quick Access with Your Students
Labster Quick Access is designed to be fast and easy to get setup. No classroom setup needed, and no login required before accessing a specific simulation.
As an instructor, you can simply share your Quick Access link with your students — either by email or by posting it online in your LMS/communication boards.
Students will be asked to log in (via Google, Facebook, or by registering) once they have selected a simulation to play. They will have unlimited free access to the simulations thereafter, and can play the same simulations as many times as they like.
Sharing Specific Simulations with Your Students
If you want to share a specific simulation with your students via email or your class messaging board (outside Labster), you can simply:
- Select the simulation in your Quick Access simulation list/page
- Right click the Play Simulation button, and select "Copy Link" (or similar)
- Share this link to a specific simulation with your students e.g. via email
Grades and Teacher Dashboard
The quick access solution is built to provide instant fast setup, without any LMS integrations required. Therefore there is no access to student grades/teacher dashboards with the Quick Access solution.
If you are interested in tracking individual students’ results for grading and/or exams, please contact us for discounted access options for LMS integrations.
Additional Helpful Resources
- To get started, watch this 2-minute access and introduction video (High School introduction as seen above)
- We also recommend watching this brief Labster simulation demo walkthrough.
- The Labster Student Guide will give students a brief walkthrough of the platform before they start playing their Labster simulations.
- For High School users, the Labster Science Principles trailer video is a great video to share with your students to engage them and announce the new exciting learning simulations they will get in the coming months, and the NGSS/IB/AP simulation mapping gives you a complete overview of the recommended simulations to meet you curriculum standards.
- Minimum System Requirements provides minimum specifications for using Labster
- You can search and find all the guidance you’ll need at help.labster.com
- All Labster support requests or technical issues can be reported here.
Enjoy the platform! Please do not hesitate to reach out to our support team if you have any questions or are in need of assistance.
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