Digital Classroom

Future Technology in the Classroom

Microscopy training courses are an essential part in the curricula of life- and earth sciences.

Your students use microscopes in order to understand the morphology of human, animal or plant cells. They need to gain deeper knowledge of sample preparation, staining procedures and finally sample examination to identity e.g. blood cell disorders. Some lectures require a thorough knowledge of various microscopy techniques and software for image acquisition and documentation.
Hand drawings of samples like onion ephithelium or oral mucosa still play an important role. In addition, digital school equipment e.g. smart boards, tablets, e-learning and interactive video courses are becoming an essential part of your learning and teaching methods.

Whenever you are considering to buy new school equipment, count on a digital classroom. An interactive digital classroom helps to produce the engaging atmosphere that motivates students to discover their field of study and to reach their learning goals.

With ZEISS microscopes and the imaging app Labscope, it is easy to create a digital classroom with a network of connected school microscopes. You can now monitor all student microscopes from your iPad or iPhone. Get students awareness by interactively involving them in your teaching. Students gain learning success in a playful way and have fun in your training session by sharing their microscope images in their networks.

Benefit from a digital classroom:

  • Move freely in the classroom while monitoring student microscopes.
  • Talk to students and share their live stream with others.
  • Pick a student’s images and explain them to others.
  • Share images and videos online.
  • Choose between two standard infrastructures (LAN or HDMI), or combine them for best performance.

Download Labscope for free!

Digital Classroom in biology course

Digital Classroom at the University of Exeter

Digital Classroom at the MTLA School in Hannover

How to Videos

Connect ZEISS Stemi 305 to your iPad

Set up a digital classroom with ZEISS Stemi 305

See examples of ZEISS Digital Classrooms and learn how you can benefit:

White Papers for Life Sciences

White Paper: Diffraction Contrast Tomography

Unlocking Crystallographic Information from Laboratory X-ray Microscopy

Pages: 6
Filesize: 1,045 kB

Application Note: Fast Imaging of Cellular Spheroids with Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy

Application Note

Pages: 6
Filesize: 825 kB

Application Note: Adjusting Refractive Index for Clearing Applications

Pages: 5
Filesize: 1,149 kB

Technology Note: Control of External Devices During Time Series Acquisition with ZEISS Lightsheet Z.1

Integration of Daylight Illumination into Time Lapse Experiments

Pages: 6
Filesize: 1,862 kB

White Paper: Correlation of Two-Photon in Vivo Imaging and FIB-SEM Microscopy

Pages: 6
Filesize: 1,590 kB

White Paper: Fast Imaging and Analysis with High Probe Current and High Resolution with ZEISS MERLIN

GEMINI II optimizes the electron optics at all possible operating conditions to provide best possible resolution from very low to very high probe currents

Pages: 5
Filesize: 5,354 kB

White Paper: High Resolution Imaging at Low Acceleration Voltages and Low Beam Currents with ZEISS MERLIN

MERLIN combines high resolution imaging, optimized at all energies, with unprecedented ease of use for material and life science applications

Pages: 7
Filesize: 948 kB

White Paper: Beam Deceleration Imaging with ZEISS EVO

Receive high quality images with enhanced surface contrast and topographical detail for low kV imaging and life science samples

Pages: 6
Filesize: 845 kB

White Paper: Fluorescence Polarization/Anisotropy Imaging with LSM 710 / LSM 780

G-Factor Correction with Anisotropy Standard

Pages: 6
Filesize: 745 kB

White Paper: Laser Microdissection

A Key Technology for Targeted Therapy in Lung Cancer

Pages: 4
Filesize: 381 kB