Forensic Science Virtual Lab Program

Forensic Science Virtual Labs View a Demo of Virtual Labs

Observe the Evidence
NEW! Forensic Science Virtual Lab Program Leads Students to the Right Conclusion

 

Set the Scene for Online Learning Success!
Now you can give your students real-world lab experience within an online environment! The new virtual lab program includes 19 forensic science lab activities between two crime scenes.

 

The FORENSIC SCIENCE VIRTUAL LABs will ignite student excitement with a new way to experience science. The virtual labs provide students with realistic field experience within an online environment, ideal for reinforcement or assessment opportunities. The lab activities span the crime-scene investigation workflow from start to finish, allowing students to gain insight into what is like to be a real forensic scientist. Virtual Labs give your students the opportunity to utilize resources and techniques that are unavailable in the school environment.

 

The virtual labs include 19 forensic science lab activities between two crime scenes. Each lab activity includes background information, 3D crime scene, clear instructions, toolkit, student observation notebook, and post lab assessment. Assignments are automatically graded and entered into the instructor’s online grade book. Additional information about each activity includes: time spent on task, amount completed, and access to the student observation notebook. Set the scene for online learning success with the new VIRTUAL LABS, and lead your students to the right conclusion.

Each lab activity includes:

  • Background information
  • 3D crime scene
  • Clear instructions
  • Toolkit
  • Student observation notebook
  • Post lab assessment

 

Forensic Science Virtual Lab: The Death of Rose Cedar

  1. Crime Scene Investigation/Evidence Collection
  2. Crime Scene Observation Skills
  3. Blood Spatter Analysis
  4. Pollen/Spore Lab
  5. Hair Analysis
  6. Fiber Analysis
  7. Glass Analysis
  8. Document Analysis
  9. Fingerprint Analysis
  10. Ballistics Lab

Forensic Science Virtual Lab: Bones in the Yard

  1. Crime Scene Investigation/Evidence collection
  2. Arson
  3. Casts and Impressions
  4. Toxicology
  5. Death Investigation
  6. Soil Examination
  7. Tool Marks
  8. Forensic Anthropology
  9. DNA Fingerprinting


Exploring the Crime Scene Labs
The Crime Scene and Lab activities can be done together or independently.

 

Due to the cumulative and realistic nature of the crime scenes and labs, they can be used as either pre- or post-lecture assessment tools.

 

3D crime scene allows users to zoom through virtual space.

 

Labs include activities and assessment for crime scene investigation/evidence collection and observation skills.

 

Students will identify victim and determine the suspects.

 

Virtual forensic toolkit allows students to investigate and collect evidence.

 

An online notebook allows students to make lab observations that can be submitted to the instructor.

 

Step-by-step instructions guide students through the lab activities and prompt the user to take action.

 

The lab environment and tools will change based on the labs being performed.

 

Lab assessments provide confirmation of learning.

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Post-lab assessments provide confirmation of learning.

 

Assignments are automatically graded and entered into the instructor’s online grade book, providing the instructor with a complete assessment of the students’ work and comprehension levels.

 

Instructors have the flexibility to choose whether the assignment counts as participation or a graded assignment.

 

 

Forensic Science Virtual Lab: The Death of Rose Cedar
ISBN-13: 978-1-111-48253-4 (Printed Access Code)

 

Forensic Science Virtual Lab: Bones in the Yard
ISBN-13: 978-1-111-57717-9 (Printed Access Code)

 

Bundle: Forensic Science Virtual Lab The Death of Rose Cedar & Bones in the Yard
ISBN-13: 978-1-133-02563-4 (Printed Access Codes)