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dc.contributor.authorBallatore, M. G.-
dc.contributor.authorRazza, V.-
dc.contributor.authorRegruto, D.-
dc.contributor.authorStievano, I. S.-
dc.contributor.authorTabacco, A.-
dc.identifier.citationBallatore, M. G., Razza, V., Regruto, D., Stievano, I. S., & Tabacco, A. (2022). The Educational Benefit of a Remote Automatic Control Laboratory. A Win-Win Collaboration between Asia and Europe. Education in the Knowledge Society, 23.
dc.description.abstractThis project aims to implement a Remote European Asian Lab, an Automatic Control remote laboratory, in the joint academic cooperation framework between two universities located in Europe and Central Asia. Emphasis is given to the inclusive solution of a shared teaching facility and its learning achievements in a bachelor course (Uzbekistan) and a master course (Italy) to foresee a better education quality. The different cultural and social contexts allow (a) the evaluation of the effect obtained by introducing a remote laboratory experience in a course entirely theoretical, and (b) the shift from a physical laboratories experience to a remote one. Students are first introduced to this laboratory by the lecturer in dedicated classes. Then students can independently access it 24/7 by simply booking a specific station for a time slot. From the analysis comes out that remote laboratory experiences positively impact learning achievements. The benefits of the remote environment are perfectly comparable with those obtained from physical laboratory activities.en
dc.publisherEdiciones Universidad de Salamancaen
dc.subjectremote laben
dc.subjectshared facilitiesen
dc.subjectlaboratory educationen
dc.titleThe Educational Benefit of a Remote Automatic Control Laboratory. A Win-Win Collaboration between Asia and Europeen
dc.title.alternativeBeneficio educativo de un Laboratorio de Control Automático Remoto. Una colaboración beneficiosa para todos entre Asia y Europaen
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