We encourage you to share LabXchange.org with your friends and family, your community, and your networks. With your help, we can make a significant impact in furthering high quality learning experiences for everyone, everywhere.
Below, we provide sample messaging that can be used to share LabXchange with your network. (We would also be happy to explore a larger scale implementation of the platform at a school, university, or any other educational context. Please contact us to discuss further.)
LabXchange: Learning Without Limits
Online Learning with LabXchange at Harvard University
Harvard University’s LabXchange is a free online platform for science education, created with support from the Amgen Foundation.
LabXchange allows educators to remix and share content to support differentiated, personalized learning. The content library contains high-quality digital resources from universities and scientific organizations worldwide - including interactive lab simulations, videos, assessments, and more. Educators can combine this content with their own materials to create customized learning pathways. As well as facilitating content creation and remixing, LabXchange connects learners, educators and researchers through social features such as private classes, discussion forums, and the ability to mentor or be mentored. By providing tools that foster hybrid learning, LabXchange allows users to engage in design, iteration, and problem-solving, while supporting individual exploration.
To learn more and register for your free account, visit the LabXchange website! To support educators transitioning to online instruction, we have created these Remote Learning Resources. And for the latest LabXchange news, updates, and testimonials, we invite you to check out our blog or join our mailing list.
As part of our effort in making world-class learning resources available globally, our user interface is now available in twelve languages: English, Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish, and Turkish. Find out more about this exciting development by viewing our articles on Multilingual Resources.