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A survey of issues and approaches to remote laboratory adoption by teacher-academics

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3 Author(s)
Tuttle, S.W. ; Centre for Real-Time Inf. Networks, Australia ; Lowe, D.B. ; Moulton, B.

Adoption is a key concern for those interested addressing the underutilization of remote engineering instructional laboratories (REIL). Lessons from related areas of technology adoption research are identified, presented, and related to REIL adoption. The REIL adoption perspective taken is that of the individual teacher-academic engaged in some aspect of engineering education which features laboratory work.

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Global Online Laboratory Consortium Remote Laboratories Workshop (GOLC), 2011 First

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12-12 Oct. 2011