Online help for scientists, teachers…
If you remember science lessons at school then you’ll probably appreciate this website. We built a system to allow science teachers to request experiments from Lab technicians.
Built from scratch it allows teachers to set their own lesson periods and timings, request experiments and specify equipment, all online with no paper work and scribbled notes.
Lab technicians log on and can view, accept, reject experiments.
Interactive, individual, international…
The crux of the website is the multi-view and interactive calendaring facility that we built from scratch.
Built to be completely configurable for international timetables and individual characteristics of school teaching.
Lablogger – science lab management tool – Technician software
Science Lab Management SoftwareBespoke Software
Experiment Request tool for Science teachers and Lab Technicians
see website www.lablogger.co.uk
LabLogger is a unique website aimed at making lab management in schools easy and straightforward.
It is the brainchild a lab technician who, together with Datadial has developed a simple and clear system that organises science departments within schools and colleges.
LabLogger takes the strain off coordinating experiments and eliminates paperwork and long email chains. By taking care of the administrative side of science, you can focus your attention where it is needed most.
LabLogger integrates lab management onto a single online platform – our easy-to-navigate, user-friendly site centralises all experiments, scheduling and stock-list data. This allows technicians to plan their time and equipment as necessary, and gives teachers the freedom to submit their requests at school or at home!
This is a complex application allowing science teachers to request equipment for experiments for their class. Built bespoke for the client we ensured that it had world wide compatibility for all school types and time periods. It’s now being used by schools around the globe.
Watch the video below to better understand how it works