Special Issue on 'Collaborative Working Environments for Practical Engineering Education & Professional Development'
Experience in teaching engineering related subjects has shown that a complementary approach combining theoretical and practical exercises is vital for effective learning. Increasingly, teaching institutions are offering remote access to distant laboratories as part of an overall e-learning strategy. This special issue is seeking to publish the latest research and practices being used to facilitate collaborative e-learning in the context of remote experimentation for engineering education and professional development.
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