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Towards Remote Laboratory Platforms with dynamic scenarios

Abstract : As e-Learning is currently developing worldwide and offering a growing range of e-training vectors such as multicast course, virtual classroom , ... and other theoretical medias, remote laboratory seems to have a less fast development. However, experiments and feedbacks have proved that, firstly, no engineer education could be given without practical experimentation and, secondly, online education could not be simply transposed from usual classroom courses to web-based training sites We focus on remote laboratories which are essential to scientific and technical training. Our main goal is to provide a generic tool associated to a core level, able to design and execute remote experimentation scenarios from any scientific discipline. This core level is linked to other external pedagogical objects (courses, contextual help, tutorials, ...), by mean of standard metadata mechanisms (LOM, SCORM, ...).We present in this paper our experimentation platform which is also a first attempt to create a remote lab.
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Arnaud Lelevé, Patrick Prévot, Corinne Subai, Didier Noterman, Mady Guillemot. Towards Remote Laboratory Platforms with dynamic scenarios. SCI 2003, Jul 2003, Orlando, FL, United States. pp.0. ⟨hal-00188644⟩



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