Faculty - Step 1: Download Labster Simulations from Labster

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Faculty - Step 1: Download Labster Simulations from Labster

 

Labster provides students with a realistic virtual lab experience that can be integrated in your Blackboard course. Labster is primarily used by Science faculty at the College. 

Below are directions on how to download Labster simulations from Labster. This is the first step of the process for adding simulations in your course. 

Note: Labster is already integrated with the College's Blackboard LMS. 

 

1. Navigate to the Labster Faculty Resources page as provided by your Labster Implementation Specialist, Labster Customer Success Manager, or Coordinator.

Note: If you do not see the tab that says "Upload to LMS" you are not on the correct landing page.

 

 

2. Click the Simulations tab to review the available simulations before you select the simulations that you want to download for your course. 

 

 

 

3. Click the Upload to LMS tab.

The page will refresh.

 

 

 

4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select + Add Simulations to LMS button.

A pop-up window will appear. 

Note: Make sure you allow pop-up windows on your browser.

5. Click the + next to all of the simulations you wish to download. 

All of the simulations you added will appear in a list to the right of the pop-up window.

 

 

6. When you are finished adding the simulations you wish to download, select the Download button at the bottom of the window. 

7.Select Blackboard from the list.

A .zip file will with your simulations will be downloaded to your computer. 

8. You have now successfully downloaded your simulations and may move forward with adding them to your course in Blackboard.

Please refer to the article Faculty - Step 2: Adding Simulations to Blackboard Course for adding your simulations to your course.

 
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