• June 24, 2022

See How Propeller Lets Teachers and Students Rekindle Their Love of Learning

Amy Kaminski
  • by Amy Kaminski

Dr. Labs has taught college-level cybersecurity for 20 years. Students love his classes—especially ethical hacking. And he loves everything about his job. 

Well, almost everything. 

Too often, semesters started with more of a thud than a bang. That’s because Dr. Labs and his students had to jump through several technological hoops to make sure every student had access to the same images and programs across their various devices—which is a big key to their success. 

All the back-and-forth and troubleshooting ate into valuable time students should’ve spent learning to hack like a pro (but for the good guys, of course). Being the cyber guru that he is, Dr. Labs knew there had to be a better way. So, between semesters, he and his department did their research and decided to solve their tech dilemma once and for all. That’s how they discovered Propeller Learning Labs. 

A major life hack from Propeller 

The solution turned out to be a perfect match for both Dr. Labs’ name and all of his classroom needs and goals. Designed especially for tech- and simulation-heavy disciplines like cybersecurity, Learning Labs eliminated the logistical hurdles that stood between his students and their work. 

Setup was simple. Dr. Labs provided details about the kind of software and features he needed for his course. The experts at Propeller designed a bespoke, fully managed learning environment that checked every box.  

Now, on day one, Dr. Labs’ students can access everything they need from their devices right away—and it’s so secure, there’s no worry about those non-ethical hackers. 

And the perks don’t stop there. The persistent learning platform lets students build on their work each week, so there’s less troubleshooting and more progress. 

Discover how Learning Labs from Propeller allow teachers like Dr. Labs to leapfrog over logistical challenges and dive straight into doing what they do best.

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