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The Effectiveness of Learning Simulations for Electronic Laboratories
This work investigates the efficacy of software simulations of electronic circuits laboratories to support beginning electrical engineering students. Experiment 1 was a formative evaluation of anExpand
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Paradigms for on-line learning: a case study in the design and implementation of an asynchronous learning networks (ALN) course
This paper examines paradigms used in online learning, with a specific emphasis on how to effectively employ asynchronous learning networks (ALN) for the delivery of online courses. Expand
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Using Computer and Video Technologies to Develop Interpersonal Skills
Abstract Two studies investigated ways in which computer and video technology can support expert human coaches in order to reduce instructor time and potentially increase access to powerful learningExpand
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Interactive Videodisc Design and Production Workshop Guide.
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Virtual Engineering Laboratories: Design and Experiments
This paper describes the creation and testing of computer-simulated laboratories for use in undergraduate engineering education. The design and implementation of a ‘virtual laboratory’ that closelyExpand
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Design and implementation of an electronics laboratory simulator
This paper describes the design and implementation of a computer-simulated laboratory for use in undergraduate engineering education. Expand
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Evaluating costs and benefits of distributed learning
  • J. O. Campbell
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings Frontiers in Education 27th Annual…
  • 5 November 1997
Distributed learning may decrease cost per learner in relation to small campus-based engineering education courses. Expand
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The ELF project: Creating the future laboratory
The authors have explored the use of computers as an adjunct to motivate and aid the comprehension of undergraduate students in their engineering courses. They have developed courses for theExpand
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