LABplus is a drop-in facility for the use of all Plymouth University students. However, the resources offered are predominantly for the natural and environmental sciences. These resources are under constant development, and to view a current list see the Projects page. Resources may build on lectures, practicals or modules, or provide pre- or post-fieldtrip study aids.
Each resource normally consists of two components: the physical box (a box in the lab containing all the items connected with the resource) and a virtual box (a folder on the website that contains additional materials such as datasets, images and movies, reading lists, links to external resources and other related LABplus boxes). To find the location of the physical box in the lab, see the signs up around the lab, search the voyager catalogue or check the virtual box (which contains the location of the physical box). Virtual boxes can be accessed through the Projects page.
Students - if you think your courses could be improved by extra resources, talk to your lecturers or the LABplus staff .
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LABplus also runs outreach programmes for visiting schools and community groups. For more information, click HERE to download a PDF detailing the activities on offer. If you are interested in organising a visit to the lab, or would like to use the resources in the lab (either for yourself or your students) then please email email@example.com
More information about LABplus can be found on the Experiential Learning CETL website.