Howdy! You're using Labster Direct but still have a few questions? Come check our frequently asked questions, they will probably help you!
First of all, we recommend you to watch the almighty Labster Direct Teacher Intro video. It is only 3 minutes long and it will give you a very thorough understanding of the platform:
Now that you've watched, I believe you will be understanding a lot more about how things work! If you're curious to learn more or still have any doubts, we have more for you here:
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I share my simulations with my students?
We have a guide on this here
Does Labster Direct synchronize grades with my LMS (Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle, D2L, etc.)?
No, it doesn't. Labster is not integrated into your school LMS, which means that both tools don't communicate with each other.
You would need to sign another package that includes direct LMS integration. In this case, Labster Direct won't be needed.
What is the difference between the course link and the link of a simulation that I can share with my students?
If you share the course management link with your students, they will be able to access all the simulations of our catalog. If you click on a specific simulation and share the link, they will only be able to access the simulation selected.
I have several courses, how do I switch from one to another?
You can navigate among your different courses from a single “course picklist” at the top right of the Course Management and your Dashboard pages. You need only need to log in once, and then you can easily move between different courses.
How do I know that my students have played a simulation?
You can check the progress and score of your students on your Labster Dashboard! If it still empty, it's only because your students haven't run a simulation yet.
How can I add co-instructors to my course?
You just have to log in from the course's link and on Step 3, you can add the email addresses of your colleagues!
Please do not hesitate to reach out to our support team if you have any questions or are in need of assistance.