For more than a decade, Van-Griner has been obsessed with delivering high quality, custom, affordable print
lab manuals. LabRight is the continuation of our commitment to the customer, this time in an online format.
We have carefully crafted this next generation of manuals to take advantage of the online environment
without overcomplicating matters. What students and instructors have discovered is an intuitive product
that makes the transition from print to digital easy, effective, and affordable.
LabRight is also mobile friendly and can standalone or be incorporated in an LMS for single sign-on.
Continuing our commitment to service, we will completely set up your course,
including all sections, and provide hands-on training for instructors.
Preparing Students for the Lab
In-lab time is valuable; that’s why LabRight has 20 plus different customizable assessment types, including
video and adaptive questions, that when combined with pre-lab content, maximize lab time by
preparing students through interactive content and questions
providing teaching assistants (TA) with student responses that can
be specifically addressed at the start of the lab reducing the need
to lecture during the lab
conveying a consistent pre-lab message, which can be delivered by
video so lab coordinators are assured that all students will have the
same experience regardless of teaching experience
engaging students through multi-media options
Circulating lab answers is a challenge for most lab instructors, but in LabRight cheating can be mitigated
with use of the following features:
Embargoed answers, held until all students have completed the assignment
Forced submission, so all answers will be collected at a set time, such as at the end of the lab.
Providing Consistent and Efficient Grading
Through auto-grading, partial credit, and rubric tools, all students, across all sections, can have
their answers graded immediately, freeing up instructor time and ensuring student answers
are graded consistently regardless of teaching experience. Even with open response questions,
LabRight has tools that make grading assignments simple and providing consistent feedback easy.
A customizable dashboard allows for a lab coordinator or teaching assistant to assess all aspects of the
course: a student, a student response, a TA, a question, a learning objective, or any item that is recorded.
Delivering Interactive, Engaging Student Experience – Active Learning
Videos, animations, interactive narratives, 3-D models, HTML5
questions, and adaptive question types are just some of the
ways LabRight creates a dynamic student experience.
Instructors can pick and choose which element is best to
explain and assess students’ understanding of the material
or can easily incorporate their own videos. The varied
approaches are more in line with digital natives, who
expect and are drawn to a digital learning environment.
Integrated into an LMS or not, LabRight eliminates the need for additional software or plug-ins. LabRight is
platform agnostic and works on all browsers regardless of the operating system; it’s mobile friendly. In addition,
the complete student experience—content, assessment and teaching tools—are all seamlessly integrated into
LabRight and can be used in and/or out of the lab setting. In LabRight, a lab coordinator can do the following:
Easily change/create the content or question
Provide ongoing feedback
Quiz, test, or provide high stakes secure exams for students
Customize existing labs and illustrations from our databases
Manage all aspects of the course regardless of the number of sections
Have students use it in a wet lab to record data and observations
Schedule the opening and closing of access to material or make material available only after a student has achieved certain criteria
Populate a student’s calendar with course specific messages
Automatically graded questions
Tables and questions for pre-, in-, and post-lab
Media assets including videos and animations
Uploaded student responses
All our assessment types come with options including providing feedback, allowing for several attempts, taking a student's last or best answers, and more.
If you have little or no experience with digital or have no specific digital
content, it doesn’t matter; our dedicated project managers and SMEs
will make recommendations and set up the entire course and train
all instructors on how to use and maximize LabRight. We will
assign roles (lab coordinator, teaching assistant, etc.) that will
allow for varying controls of LabRight. Courses can also be copied
and saved so setting up new sections or new courses in a new
semester is simple. We will also provide permission services,
illustrate images, customize existing labs, share a database of
labs and other content to draw on, and offer royalty options.
Like our print manuals, LabRight is priced with the student in mind.
A complete LabRight manual is far less expensive than off-the-shelf or
many custom print manuals. We offer direct sales to the students,
which can reduce the price by eliminating bookstore mark-ups. You can
request a quote by e-mailing us at email@example.com
Our LabRight A&P users are thrilled with the different image options we
have available—photos, illustrations, slides, models, dissections,
interactive, 3-D—and the many ways they can incorporate them into
LabRight. No longer accessed in the lab only, the images can be used in
pre-lab assignments or readings. With or without our assessment tools,
the images help prepare students for the lab. In post-lab, they can be
used again to quiz/test and measure student’s comprehension. If you want to include school specific
images, Van-Griner will take photos and videos of your lab to use in LabRight.
Algebra or calculus-based labs are a natural fit in LabRight. Questions
can be written in both and then merged with video or images so
students can prepare for lab, answer lab generated questions or be
tested post-lab. Like all LabRight questions, responses can be
submitted for auto grading. Mechanics, energy in motion are just a few of the topics that can
represented dynamically in LabRight to help students learn the material.
Labright Biology is ideal for all introductory biology courses including
general and majors biology, microbiology, and genetics.
Like anatomy and physiology, unlocking images—photos, illustrations,
3-D, and slides—and including them in LabRight solves two problems.
Students don’t have to be in lab or even on campus to access them,
and the images can be used in any of our assessment types,
creating an engaging interactive learning environment.
With LabRight, students can also bring their smartphones, iPads, or PCs in the lab and make
recordings and observations directly in LabRight and either turn them in before leaving the lab
or continue to work away from the lab.
LabRight Chemistry has all the features of LabRight plus a chemistry
equation editor and lab preparation videos. Combined with scientific
notation tools and the ability to work with significant figures, LabRight
is ideal for all general and GOB lab courses. With a chemistry editor,
students can respond easily, and for instructors, it is a straightforward
way to create problems and have them auto graded. A series of
videos that cover the basics of chemistry from safety to how to use
standard equipment are ideal for lab preparation. Used in the lab, LabRight can record data that can
be manipulated after lab and submitted for grading. Our variable response tool allows for auto-grading
based on different student entries eliminating hours of grading time.