Questions and Answers for Designing Useful WebLabs
The Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto has had available a WebLab oriented to Microelectronics since 2001. Currently, the field of WebLab design is very active, and several other universities are adopting them as a sign of quality and distinction for Microelectronics teaching. The first part of this paper shows several requirements that a WebLab should meet and the next points discuss three remarkable aspects of WebLab-DEUSTO: a) its distinctive software-hardware architecture, b) its use with a mobile telephone and c) the evaluation of its use by yhe students and the academic results they obtained.
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