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Free workshops teach data collection technology

 Starting this September, educators can attend one of Vernier’s free fall workshops to learn how to integrate data-collection technology into their STEM curricula and to get hands-on instruction using Vernier’s LabQuest. 
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Starting this September, educators can attend one of Vernier’s free fall workshops to learn how to integrate data-collection technology into their STEM curricula and to get hands-on instruction using Vernier’s LabQuest.

Led by an experienced Vernier trainer, educators will use the LabQuest interface to learn skills and strategies for incorporating data-collection technology into their chemistry, biology, physics, middle school science, physical science or Earth science instruction.

To register for a Vernier workshop, visit http://www.vernier.com/workshop.

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BEAVERTON, Oregon, January 13, 2016 – Starting next month, Vernier Software & Technology will host 34 free, hands-on workshops to help science and STEM educators learn how to use and integrate the latest data-collection technology into their curriculum. During each four-hour workshop, Vernier training specialists will guide attendees through classroom-ready experiments using Vernier’s award-winning hardware, software, and mobile technology for physics, chemistry, biology, environmental, Earth science, and middle school science.

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Beginning in February, science and math educators can get real world experience with STEM activities by participating in one of Vernier Software & Technology’s free 4 hour hands on workshops, which provide ideas for implementing hands on science experiments.  Included