In the process of making learning affordable, how do we know we’re not sacrificing the quality of educational resources? Is there a way to get a general idea of how students perceive free or low-cost digital materials? A team of researchers at The Ohio State University wanted to find out.
Researchers rejoice! LabArchives, a cloud-based lab notebook software, is available to Ohio State faculty, staff and students. The Office of Research teamed up with the Provost and the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) to offer both the professional and classroom versions of the software, in order to enhance professional research and lab coursework at the university.
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LabArchives can be used to securely and efficiently record, manage and share data. This electronic lab notebook software will soon be available to faculty, staff and students at The Ohio State University.