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Online Labs Aim to Revolutionize High School Science

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Photo of Julia Barnathan assisting a student with a lesson

Julia Barnathan (standing), curriculum developer for Northwestern's Office of STEM Education Partnerships, assists a student with a lesson in radiation that uses iLabs to access a Geiger counter at the University of Queensland, Australia.

Credit: Amanda Morris, Office for Research, Northwestern University


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Photo of Dan DuBrow assisting a student who is remotely accessing radiation equipment.

Physics teacher Dan DuBrow assists a student who is remotely accessing radiation equipment at the University of Queensland, Australia. DuBrow's classroom at Evanston Township High School in Evanston, Ill., was selected for iLabs pilot testing earlier this summer.

Credit: Amanda Morris, Office for Research, Northwestern University


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