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New SPARKvue Release Offers Real-time Data-Sharing, Chromebook Compatibility

PASCO scientific announces the release of its new SPARKvue science learning application that combines content, data collection, visualization, analysis, and assessment into one.
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PASCO scientific announces the release of its new SPARKvue science learning application that combines rich content, data collection, visualization, analysis, and assessment into one. With the new version, students and teachers can now share data and collaborate on lab activities in real time.

SPARKvue allows educators and students to connect sensors and collect data on the Chromebook™, and supports iPad® and Android™ tablets, netbooks, and Windows® and Mac® computers. With the new authoring tools, educators can design their own interactive lab activities and create customized assessment questions to test for student understanding in real time.

The latest SPARKvue includes assessment and journaling features, as well as access to 70+ free SPARKlabs®.

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