A Study of Integrating Remote Laboratory and On-Site Laboratory for Low-Power Education

Shatha Abu Shanab, Marco Winzker, R. Brück, Andrea Schwandt
2018 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference, page 405--414 - April 2018

Abstract

This paper investigates how learning objectives can be complemented by employing a remote system to improve teaching low-power digital circuits design. The low-power design laboratory system that has been developed at the Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University of Applied Sciences is composed of two laboratory types: the on-site (hands-on) and the remote laboratories to teach low-power techniques with laboratory exercises. This laboratory system enables online experiments that can be performed using physical instruments and obtaining real data. Digital circuit designers can observe the most influential factors in power dissipation during laboratory exercises in the on-site system and then use the remote laboratory to supplement investigating other factors.

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@InProceedings{AWBS18,
  author       = {Abu Shanab, Shatha and Winzker, Marco and Br{\"u}ck, R. and Schwandt, Andrea},
  title        = {A Study of Integrating Remote Laboratory and On-Site Laboratory for Low-Power Education},
  booktitle    = {2018 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference},
  series       = {EDUCON},
  pages        = {405--414},
  month        = {April},
  year         = {2018},
}

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