Richard Hamelin | Forest and Conservation Sciences
3D models first implemented in September 2020. Students have unlimited virtual access to examine tree specimens which traditionally were only available during the lab session [read more].
Cole Burton | Forest Resources Management
3D models first implemented in September 2020. Students in this 150-seat course have equal virtual access and ample time to examine animal skulls up close [read more].
Sally Aitken | Forest and Conservation Sciences
(Resource creation began in January 2021)
Students can observe small details on the 3D pine cone models. These details were difficult to point out on a live specimen during a face-to-face class.
Maja Krzic | Faculty of Land and Food Systems
(Resource creation began in June 2020)3D models of UBC’s unique soil monolith collection provide students with opportunities for more “in-depth” observations of soil properties. Those observations are a valuable addition to both in-person and online classes. [read more]
Nicholas Coops | Department of Geography
(Resource creation began in February 2021) Students can “fly-through” various virtual tree canopies to observe the light penetration level of different tree species. Real-life observations would have been logistically impossible.
Sue Rowley | Department of Anthropology
(Resource creation began in August 2020) These models allow students to engage with rare and fragile Indigenous belongings currently housed at the Laboratory of Archaeology. Students will gain a greater understanding of the knowledge and skills of ancient peoples and the methods of archaeology.
Vincent Leung | Department of Wood Science
(Resource creation began in November 2020) Students can review machine parts and become familiar with the components prior to visiting the lab. This helps the instructor utilize the lab time more efficiently. [read more].
Louise Longridge | Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
(Resource creation began in May 2021) 3D models were first implemented in January 2022. Students can study the morphology of the entire animal as well as zoom in to see the fine details of specific areas on each 3D fossil model. This effectively simulates an in-person lab experience in an entirely online class.[read more]