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RJLeeEducation is based on the principle that science, math, engineering and technology (SMET) education should occur in concert with real-world activities in research and industry. To this end, we develop innovative products and services based on access to contemporary analytical instrumentation to provide exceptional educational opportunities to students. We specialize in providing virtual laboratory experiences to students through interactive multimedia software. We partner with educators and organizations whose primary focus is in education which assures the development of high quality products that meets the needs of the educational community.

RJLeeEducation has distinctive components in outreach, technology, and product development. Our outreach incorporates RJLeeGroup personnel and instrumentation in active educational environments. We focus on programs that bring analytical technology into the classroom and provide student employment opportunities through unique school-to-work initiatives. The technology component incorporates advances produced by RJLeeGroup scientists including the development of Web-based software that permits analytical instrumentation to be accessed over the Internet, as well as microscope simulators that function like real microscopes. Products and services include our Web-based multimedia curricula modules, interactive web-based and CD microscope simulators and professional development workshops. We also develop customized software for the educational community.

Education Magnified 100,000x

RJLeeEducation's iSEM technology is being highlighted on the National Science Foundationís website. Read the article titled "Education Magnified 100,000x" to learn more about how we are bringing analytical technology into the classroom. Read more...

Module: Properties of Rocks

Students explore sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks using the interactive optical microscope (iOPT) simulator. Students learn about magnification and how to use the iOPT to describe properties of grains, and use these properties as clues to discover the processes by which each rock type formed. Students use their new understanding of rocks to identify three unknown rocks as they solve a real-world problem. Read more...

Contact Information

Kristy Anderson
Educational Outreach
(724) 387-1919