UC1 Oscillator Remote Lab for Distant Electronics Education

Saida Latreche, Zehira Ziari, Smail Mouissat


Abstract—In this paper, we are interested in the transformation of a face-to-face active course into a web-based active course. Indeed, distance education has been rapidly become more important around the world due to the development of Information and Communication Technology.
However, the roles of these later must evolve to accommodate these new models, with increased student responsibility and accountability.
First, we reports on the experience of Constantine1 University in the development of ‘Electric oscillator circuit’ on-line course via the Moodle platform. We describe the different stages of the online course and highlights its possibility, which is not available in the face-to-face courses.
Second, we present the remote lab of UC1 University, which is developed under eSience project. It aims to develop remote labs in the Maghreb country and to link them.
Therefore, we focus on the implementation of ‘Wien Bridge Oscillator’ experiment, which is deployed on the interactive version of iLab Shared Architecture (ISA).


eLearning, ISA, Labview, oscillator experiment, remote laboratories.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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