with Lab Docs Editor
» Copy & paste texts
» Integrate & customise interactive diagrams & tables
» Insert images, vector graphics, hyperlinks, etc.
The Lab Docs Editor offers an easy way to digitise existing experiment instructions.
Why Lab Docs Editor?
It is impossible to imagine teaching without experiment instructions. In contrast to the old familiar writing programs, it is much less effort to create experiment instructions in the Lab Docs Editor, because the layout is completely automatic.
At the same time, a future-proof, interactive new instruction in HTML format is created instead of a mere copy template.
Using the PDF export function of the Lab Docs Editor, the created instructions can also be printed out at any time.
If instructions are already available in digital form, the texts can be inserted into the Lab Doc and saved by simply "copying" and "pasting".
Advantages of Lab Docs
for teaching with digital media
- Lab Docs work independently of the manufacturer & operating system of the smartphone/tablet (BYOD)
- The layout adapts to any screen size (responsive), from a small smartphone to a large tablet
- Easy integration of images without having to make layout adjustments
- Insertion of questions & answers without a lot of editing
- Easy distribution of Lab Docs to all students via QR code
- A uniform layout of the instructions allows easy exchange among colleagues