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Virtual Labs: In these labs, real experiments are virtualized or simulated and students can access them online.

Remote Labs: These types of labs enable faculty and students to access equipment and/or computers via the internet to perform experiments and laboratory tasks without being in the physical lab space.

UCF Apps: These apps allow access to desktop software that is typically available only in campus computer labs or by purchasing and installing software on a student PC remotely. 

Virtual Labs/Interactive Activities

Virtual Reality Institute of Health and Exercise

Note: Has a free app for Android and iPhone called VR Health Exerciser Tracker.


Blood Pressure Measurements


Resting Metabolic Rate


SWORKIT Fitness app


LabXchange


Zygote Body

Note: The tool does not have as many features as Visible Body, but it is a free alternative.


Access Medicine

Note: Another alternative resource to Visible Body that is available through the UCF Library. The link above directs to the Human Anatomy Modules.

Labs/Simulations That Include a Cost

BeyondLabz

Note: Completely interactive virtual labs. They have preset labs with worksheets or you can customize your own lab activities. If interested, we can arrange a demo, but this will also carry a cost.


SimX VR and AR Medical Simulator


SimCapture Pro


Labster – Exercise Physiology


WorkoutLabs Fit


Visible Body

Note: The Pegasus Innovation Lab (iLab) coordinated with Visible Body to provide demonstrations for faculty to view the apps and content of their courseware to decide if it would be useful in the development of course content for the upcoming semesters. You can view these past recordings of the July 28, 2020 demo and the July 29, 2020 demo and can contact the iLab@ucf.edu if you have any questions.


BIODIGITAL – 3D Visual Anatomy

Video Demos

Alexander Street


Films on Demand UCF – “The Perfect Diet For You? Part 3: Fighting Fat with Science”


Resting Metabolic Rate (UF Health)


Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Testing at Cenegenics Boston – Maintenance Calories [4K]


JoVE Education Videos

Note: In an effort to aid student learning during remote instruction, UCF has re-invested in a one-year subscription to JoVE Science Education for the 2021-2022 academic year. This collection of STEM based videos and demonstrations covers a range of topics from psychology, to engineering, to clinical skills. The collection is available for all faculty and you can view the UCF Library Faculty Support Guide for steps on how to access JoVE from the UCF Library. For more information on adding JoVE content into your course, visit the Getting Started with JoVE page.


Maximal Oxygen Consumption Measurements


Musculoskeletal Fitness Measurements & Anthropometric Assessments


Playlist Channel from UCLA Health


Linkedin Learning


PBS LearningMedia


Kinesiology Crash Course Playlist


Khan Academy

University, Agency, or Organization Resources

UCF Library Resources – Health, Medicine, & Nursing


UCF Subject Librarians


UCF Library Academic Resources during COVID-19 Situation


UCF Apps

  • Access desktop software available in computer labs 
  • SPSS, SAS, and Microsoft Office access on apps 
  • Access lab PCs in Technology Commons and the UCF Library 
  • How-to documents and videos for installing and using files at UCF IT Knowledgebase 

Laerdal – Virtual Classroom Training

Note: Potential cost associated with either a module or for a package.


ExRx.net – Exercise Resource

Tips for Recording Your Labs

Follow these tips from CDL for recording and uploading your own labs onto a video platform: https://cdl.ucf.edu/teach/resources/diy-video/


Refer to this technology guide from FMC on media production software to compare what may work best for your recording needs: https://cdl.ucf.edu/support/faculty/media-technology-guide/


Refer to the Zoom FAQs if you record your own lab with Zoom: https://cdl.ucf.edu/support/webcourses/zoom/faqs/

Research Articles

Visit the Virtual and Remote Labs Articles and Publications page for additional articles.


Labs: Virtual Environment for Assessment and Rehabilitation Laboratory: https://kin.uncg.edu/research/labs/vear-lab/

Note: TedTalk and health research articles.