Remote Laboratory in Control Process during COVID-19 Pandemic Situation
Keywords:remote laboratories, distance learning, engineering education, distance practical work
Today we are witnessing an unprecedented pandemic called the "COVID-19 pandemic" which has created the greatest disruption to education systems in human history. It has caused the closure of schools, institutions and other learning spaces, causing profound changes in all aspects of our lives. Policies of social distancing and restriction of movement have significantly disrupted traditional educational practices. Faced with this problem, it is time to innovate and implement an alternative education system and assessment strategies. The work presented in this paper responds to this problem and aims to provide a practical work environment which allows engineers to complete their basic training with the use, control and handling of measuring instruments often used in the real world. This environment will therefore be accessible online and makes it possible to control the process.
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