The IDL has supported the classroom directly in two ways:
- Building equipment for student experiments: A pair of spectroscopy experiments in Physical Chemistry entailed building the control interfaces and providing high-speed data acquisition. Other cases have been in other chemistry and physics labs.
- Teaching courses or modules in computers and electronics for scientists. Currently, we participate in physics with a microcontroller module that presents the ways to interact with a wide variety of sensors, actuators, and other devices.