Adaptive Follow-up of Online Engineering Laboratories Activities
Keywords:Remote Laboratories, Distance Learning, Learning Management System, Interoperability, Learning experience, Hands-on Approaches, Personalized Learning, IMS-LD, SCORM.
In this paper, we are providing a study on the issue of interoperating Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Remote Laboratories, in a seamless integration. This study emphasizes the need to make Remote Laboratories seen as a pedagogical material within the LMS. We are presenting a novel and original approach to make these two kind of platforms (LMS and Remote Laboratory) to communicate under a loose coupling relationship. The main purpose of this work is to bring a better follow-up of students to the tutor and the students themselves, and therefore to lead to an enhanced learning experience.
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