Enhancing STEM learning through 3-D Visualization and Digital Collaboration Tools
Case study first published in 2021.
Use Google Jamboard, Google Docs, and Top Hat to create collaborative learning activities for labs at home or in the classroom.
Enhance student learning in the Sciences with free or low-cost tools for interactive and customizable 3-D visualizations then use these tools to create collaborative learning activities for the lab, classroom, and at-home learning using Google Jamboard, Docs, and Top Hat. Originally developed for anatomy and physiology courses, these strategies can be adapted for a diverse array of materials.
Authors & Contributors
Mary Ann V. Smith
Lecturer of Biology, Schuylkill
Dr. Brenna Hill
Assistant Teaching Professor of Physiology, Harrisburg