Real Labworks in Electronics: Yes! ... But Remotely Controlled

Abstract : We present the implementation of a remote lab in electronics, that accounts for the following facts focusing on undergraduate students: (i) there is a general decrease in the recruiting of STEM students (science, technology, engineering, mathematics); (ii) the new generation of students is acquainted with mobility, Internet of Things, e-games; (iii) supervisory control and data acquisition is now widely used in industry to control remotely industrial processes. To address those points, we present a prototype called LaboREM. Its design is based on the mixing of three views together: a remote laboratory, a learning management system, and a game-like approach. Its use proved to increase student motivation.
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Franck Luthon, Benoit Larroque. Real Labworks in Electronics: Yes! ... But Remotely Controlled. Chova, L. G. and Martinez, A. L. and Torres, I. C. ICERI2015: 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, IATED-Int Assoc Technology Education & Development, pp.8490-8500, 2015, 978-84-608-2657-6. ⟨hal-01907084⟩



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