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Building Remote Labs for Online Scientific Experimentation

Alexander Mikroyannidis, Thursday 24 September 2015 | Annotate
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The FORGE and Go-Lab projects have jointly organised the hands-on workshop “Building Remote Labs for Online Scientific Experimentation”, which was collocated with the World Engineering Education Forum (WEEF), the International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL) and the International Conference on Engineering Pedagogy (IGIP). The workshop took place on 20 September in Florence, Italy.

Alexander Mikroyannidis and other representatives from the FORGE and Go-Lab projects presented the methodologies and tools that have been developed by these two projects for building remote labs. The full programme of the event is available here.

This has been the first event of the recently established Special Interest Group (SIG): Remote Labs and Online Experimentation. The SIG has been established within the European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL) in order to drive and promote remote labs and online experimentation and to offer the technologies that can help stakeholders build experimental infrastructures and use them across different domains.

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