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Virtual laboratory for the e-learning education in the electronics technologies

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2 Author(s)
Demeter, D. ; Dept. of Technol. in Electron., Tech. Univ. of Kosice, Košice, Slovakia ; Bansky, J.

This paper is concerning with a virtual laboratory, which is implemented at the Department of technologies in Electronics and which will be used for distant and blended e-Learning of the technologies in electronics, as well as supporting the classical theoretical lectures. The laboratory itself is based on 360° panorama pictures created from every laboratory at our department. We have integrated into the system some basic information about equipment's, such as the name and type of the equipment, the technological procedures for which it can be used, some safety regulations related to working with the equipment and we have attached the user manual for equipment, if we had it available. The technological processes and laboratory exercises are covered by education videos and flash animations created by our colleagues. This system should help our students to get familiar with the laboratory equipment as well as with the technologies and techniques used at our department. This system is mainly designed for students, who have limited access to the laboratories (e.g. persons with some disability) and for the external students. It is also suitable for using in standard education process, where the number of the students is bigger, than the capacity of the laboratories. It should also support the lecturer at the theoretical lectures. In the future, the virtual laboratory will be used by the researchers for remote access of the laboratory equipment.

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Electronics Technology (ISSE), 2012 35th International Spring Seminar on

Date of Conference:

9-13 May 2012