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How do I use late nite labs?

Late Nite Labs are used at higher education institutions in a diverse range of settings, from small classes to large lectures. Our labs give students meaningful experiences, whether they’re learning on campus, online, or both. Use digital science labs as your full lab offering, as enhancements to wet labs, or for prelab prep. It’s up to you.

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Online Labs

Late Nite Labs has all the labs you need for your introductory to mid-level biology, chemistry, physics and microbiology courses. Whether you have large classes, non-traditional students, or want a new way to host your labs, our platform gives students the opportunity to experiment with unlimited materials and instruments from anywhere with an internet connection.


Blended Labs

Already have some wet labs, but interested in offering more? With Late Nite Labs, you can extend your lab offering by providing students with sophisticated experiments that may normally be too dangerous, complicated, or cost-prohibitive to host. By blending traditional labs with Late Nite Labs, you can give your students highly immersive science experiences that perfectly compliment your wet labs without straining your budget.


Prelabs

Use our prelab experiments to familiarise students with safety procedures, scientific concepts, and material handling before entering the wet lab. Imagine how focused lab time could be if students are already familiar with sterilising an L-shaped spreader or with the concepts related to titration.
Exposing students-before they walk into the wet lab-to the concepts and techniques necessary to successfully execute an experiment, leads to increased student engagement and a deeper understanding of key scientific concepts.