In our increasingly global and knowledge-based economy, higher education is essential for success—and strong science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education is important for the nation’s competitiveness. But an uncertain economy has left some universities struggling to give students access to resources that can bolster their STEM education.
Fortunately, virtual labs can help higher-education institutions meet the challenges of space, time, and budget. With the generous support of Dell, we’ve put together this collection of stories from our archives to help you learn how virtual labs can help your college or university.
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