Get the scoop on scopes: Digital microscopes

Elementary/Middle School/High School

Let's get digital, digital... Ready to go digital?

What does Olivia Newton-John have to do with digital microscopes, you ask? Well, nothing, aside from the catchy tune.

But, just like aerobics and spandex were all the rage in the '80s, digital microscopy has taken over the world of microscopy in 21st century classrooms.

Whether you're not sure where to start when it comes to choosing the right digital microscope model, or you want to learn more about how digital microscopes can help you create more interactive science and STEM lessons, you've come to the right place. 

Today we're breaking it down for you so you can learn how to choose and use the right digital microscopes for your science lessons.

We'll take a closer look at the variety of options and features that are available on a digital microscope, and look at easy ways to turn your traditional microscope into a digital scope for greater flexibility without breaking your budget. 

Want to learn even more?

Find the best digital compound microscope model for your grade level and teaching needs.

Compare all compound microscope features with this handy guide.

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