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14 November 2017

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iOLab is re-imagining the idea of the physical lab. This revolutionary hardware software system from the authors Mats Selen and Tim Stelzer provides students with an accessible hand held data-gathering device. For detailed...

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iOLab is re-imagining the idea of the physical lab. This revolutionary hardware software system from the authors Mats Selen and Tim Stelzer provides students with an accessible hand held data-gathering device. For detailed information on the product visit the dedicated iOLab page: https://www.macmillanihe.com/page/iolab/ Free software controls the device, acquires and displays data in real time, and provides a suite of analysis and data manipulation features. Experiments using sensors such as a 3D accelerometer, 3D magnetometer, 3D gyroscope, a light intensity sensor and a microphone. The iOLab will allow you and your students to perform experiments wherever you are, allowing you to explore the world around you!

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  • Gain hands-on experience and watch their data graphed as they measure the world around them
  • No longer confined to the physical environment of the lab or large scale equipment set up
  • This flexibility makes it possible for instructors to design and implement virtually any experiment they want to assign their students 

Combining the portability of a smartphone and the capabilities of a full scale lab, the iOLab hardware/software system introduces new possibilities for learning!
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Mats Selen - After a four year post-doc at Cornell he joined the faculty at the University of Illinois Department of Physics in 1993, where he is now the Associate Head of Undergraduate Programs. After 25 years of studying elementary particles he is shifting his research focus to understanding and improving the way students learn physics. With Illinois colleagues he developed the iclicker classroom response system, the smartPhysics learning framework, and most recently IOLabs.


Tim Stelzer - Tim worked on the award winning transformation of the introductory physics courses at the University of Illinois and is a founding member of their Physics Education Research group. His education research has focused...

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Mats Selen - After a four year post-doc at Cornell he joined the faculty at the University of Illinois Department of Physics in 1993, where he is now the Associate Head of Undergraduate Programs. After 25 years of studying elementary particles he is shifting his research focus to understanding and improving the way students learn physics. With Illinois colleagues he developed the iclicker classroom response system, the smartPhysics learning framework, and most recently IOLabs.


Tim Stelzer - Tim worked on the award winning transformation of the introductory physics courses at the University of Illinois and is a founding member of their Physics Education Research group. His education research has focused on making appropriate use of technology to improve student learning. He is a co-inventor of the iclicker personal response system and is coauthor of the "smartPhysics" learning system. Tim is a regular on the University’s "Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked Excellent by Their Students," and received the 2013 Excellence in Education Award from the American Physical Society .

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