Labster Pilot – Winter 2021 Extension


Screenshot of Labster PlatformFaced with the ongoing challenge of remote teaching in the coming months, the use of these online labs on common STEM topics may provide an effective option for additional courses across many program areas. is extending a pilot program accommodating up to 10 additional instructors/course sections from the St. George campus for Winter 2021 at no cost. To request information or apply to participate in the current Labster pilot offering for Winter 2021 please complete the following form:

Labster Winter 2021 Pilot Request Form ]

Labster Support at U of T: The Labster platform has been fully vetted by Academic and Collaborative Technology and the Information Security units, including a full data privacy and security review. It is available as an integration in Quercus academic toolbox as a platform that may be licenced by divisions or at a course level. For the current pilot, technical assistance for implementation at the course level is provided by Online Learning Strategies. Please contact for more information and assistance.

Quercus Labster Integration Information

Fall 2020 Pilot participants:

Dawn Kilkenny FASE Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Jon Rocheleau FASE Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Jennifer Farmer FASE Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Ariel Chan FASE Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Frank Gu FASE Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
William Ju FAS Human Biology Program
Maria Papaconstantinou FAS Human Biology Program
Jessica Hill Faculty of Medicine Molecular Genetics