What subjects will I find in the LabXchange content library?
LabXchange is designed to help teach and learn about the life sciences and associated topics. Currently, you can learn about biological sciences, chemistry, physics, health science, global health, science & society, and the scientific process, as well as preparing for college, careers, graduate studies, and professional development.
How do I search the content library?
Expand the search filters on the left by clicking the + symbol. This will allow you to select as many search filters as you want, and refine your search by subject area, content type, background knowledge, duration (for videos), content source, and popular tags. As you click, the filters will automatically be applied to your search.
To remove a filter, toggle the filters off in the sidebar or click the x to the right of the filter name at the top of the search results. Select "clear all" to start your search over.
You can also use the search bar at the top of each page to search for content and people. If you are searching for a user, make sure you select the "People" heading to show user search results.
How is Background Knowledge defined?
Content on LabXchange is tagged with the suggested amount of background knowledge that will best allow the learner to engage with the material: none, some, or extensive.
How does content get added to LabXchange?
The LabXchange team has curated a range of exciting, high-quality content to add to the LabXchange library. We are always searching for and adding learning materials to help our users discover science! Please contact us if you would like to suggest content that we should add.