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Remote labs: Design and implementation issues

, Florida Atlantic University, United States

Florida Atlantic University . Awarded


This thesis proposes the use of remote laboratory experiments in distance education as a tool to add a reality factor to the distance learning process, thus combining the convenience of distance education with the effectiveness of the traditional physical campus, through its laboratories and technological resources. Moreover, this research studies the different aspects of distance education and remote labs and then provides a proposition to develop an effective remote laboratory setup. Furthermore, it introduces and discusses the different components of a general remote lab experiment and applies the proposed process to an actual remote lab experiment, namely ‘The Characteristics of a Resistor’.

Remote labs is an invention of creativity in the world of distance education. This thesis is based on the pioneering work of Dr. Alhalabi and Dr. Hamza.


Aoudi, S.M. Remote labs: Design and implementation issues. Master's thesis, Florida Atlantic University. Retrieved November 13, 2019 from .

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