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Create a Digital Classroom which is more interactive and engaging for your students by putting your slides online!
Currently, the Glass Slide Scanning and Digital eSlide Hosting solutions are only available in the United States. Contact your local representative on availability for your country.
The Slide Scanning Service provides high resolution digital files of your complete specimen slides, protecting their educational value for generations to come.
Simply send your slides to our Scanning Center. We will scan the slides to your specifications using the same scanning technology used by pathologists worldwide. You and your students will benefit from our many years of experience in this area.
The complete slide can be scanned at a selection of magnifications for the best detailed viewing.
Our scanning process is designed for quick, safe return of your slides.
Images are returned with a basic image viewer for easy navigation of the field of view.
You can either download your images from our secure FTP site or we will host them for you!
The Slide Hosting Membership frees up your local IT resources and memory space while giving you a platform to create interactive learning experiences. This web-based environment increases learning time by allowing multiple students to simultaneously access, navigate, and annotate the images from anywhere internet access is available.
Many of our customers choose to make their images public, which means you can use images beyond your own library. Go to www.slidehosting.com and login as a guest to experiment with the annotation and navigation tools using WebScope (our web based viewer) or download and try ImageScope (our PC based viewer for Windows) which has some additional functionality by completing the form below.
On screen image reaction to navigation controls is immediate, keeping students attentive and on task.
Several hundred students can access images at the same time for flexible study time outside the classroom lab.
Students can email their annotations to the teacher in advance of the lab session which saves time.
Simple icons for change of magnification, annotation, and intuitive X/Y movement minimizes training time.