Client-Server Architecture for Collaborative Remote Experimentation

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Abstract

Experience in teaching engineering related subjects has shown that a complementary approach combining theoretical and practical exercises is vital for effective learning. Increasingly, teaching institutions are offering remote access to distant laboratories as part of an overall e-learning strategy. However, the majority of remote laboratories developed to date have suffered from a major deficiency, namely the provision of a web based environment that accurately recreates the group working and tutor driven experience of traditional on-campus based laboratories. This paper addresses one of these issues and presents an architecture for a collaborative learning environment for remote experimentation.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Place of PublicationSydney Australia
Pages125-129
Number of pages4
Volume2
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Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2005
EventThird International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, 2005. ICITA 2005. - Sydney Australia
Duration: 7 Jul 2005 → …

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ConferenceThird International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, 2005. ICITA 2005.
Period7/07/05 → …

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Callaghan, MJ ; Harkin, Jim ; M, El-Gueddari ; McGinnity, TM ; Maguire, Liam. / Client-Server Architecture for Collaborative Remote Experimentation. Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 2 Sydney Australia, 2005. pp. 125-129
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Callaghan, MJ, Harkin, J, M, E-G, McGinnity, TM & Maguire, L 2005, Client-Server Architecture for Collaborative Remote Experimentation. in Unknown Host Publication. vol. 2, Sydney Australia, pp. 125-129, Third International Conference on Information Technology and Applications, 2005. ICITA 2005., 7/07/05. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICITA.2005.97

Client-Server Architecture for Collaborative Remote Experimentation. / Callaghan, MJ; Harkin, Jim; M, El-Gueddari; McGinnity, TM; Maguire, Liam.

Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 2 Sydney Australia, 2005. p. 125-129.

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