The International Cooperation on Remote Laboratories in the Framework of Engineering Didactics
Keywords:remote lab, robotics, embedded system, e-learning
In the present paper the interactive demonstration of remote laboratories conducted with engineering didactics for creating real conditions for teaching and learning engineering has been presented. The article is focusing on international cooperation, offering the wide range of tools and methodology for effective and interactive teaching of embedded systems and mechatronics as well as exploiting latest web technologies, and offering flexibility and freedom for students.
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