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Hamza, K., Alhalabi, B. & Marcovitz, D. (2000). Remote Labs!. In D. Willis et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2000 (pp. 155-161). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 2000
Dee Anna Willis, Jerry Price & Jerry Willis
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The authors of this paper propose an Internet facility that will authentically provide laboratory experiments remotely. Such a facility is brought to the doors of the distance learner to help provide learning that is comparable to that offered for conventional students. This paper describes the development of a prototype remote laboratory system including software, hardware, procedures, and instructional systems. This includes surveys of existing alternatives (mainly software simulation environments), a description of the prototype remote lab environment developed by the authors, and a discussion of development issues, such as the reasons behind JAVA and RMI as the system's development tools over other popular alternatives.
- DESIGN Of VIRTUAL LAB SCHEDULER And INFORMATION GATEWAY USING DATABASE And DYNAMIC HTML
- The Relevance of Haptic Experience in Remote Experiments
- Development of an Online Adaptive Vocabulary Test System
- E-Learning in Social Applications
- Learning Management System’s Services and Labs: Looking for Integration through Reusabitliy
- Open-Source Online Language Lab with Moodle
- Web-based Object Oriented Multimedia Assessment System
- The Development of Componentware-Based Software for Learning English as a Foreign Language
- Cognitive Tools in Web-based Learning Environments: Implications for Design and Practice
- Integration of an Online Lab Scheduler into a Cooperative Learning Platform
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