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OnlineLabs.in - Virtual laboratory simulations for science education

OnlineLabs.in aims to serve as a comprehensive, encyclopedic reference about online labs in a variety of subjects, particularly virtual laboratory simulations for science education. We categorize useful listings for online lab simulations, virtual science experiments and free educational software.


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Pira Jegatheesan's comment, January 22, 2013 6:05 PM
Wajeehah, I don't currently use any educational simulation in my subject. I would like to use experimental simulations in future. Are you using any simulation?
Wajeehah Aayeshah's comment, January 25, 2013 3:04 AM
I read a little about simulations and wanted to use them. However, my research is in journalism education and so I opted for an Alternate Reality Game (ARG).
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I invite all my colleagues to join the discussion of this important issue.

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Case Study: Students Using ArcGIS.com to Study Soil Erosion - GIS Lounge

Case Study: Students Using ArcGIS.com to Study Soil Erosion - GIS Lounge | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it
ESRI Canada has published a case study about the use of ArcGIS.com by Canadian students to learn about their environment.  By learning spatial skills, the ...
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Permeability test

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One of the geomechanics experiments for undergraduate students, which we don't physically conduct.

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Mahdi M Disfani's comment, January 24, 2013 8:56 PM
Pira! the constant head setup doe not look correct. The water head in the upper reservoir should not drop during the test!
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ASEE PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - JANUARY 2013 - Volume 22 | Number 5

ASEE PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - JANUARY 2013 - Volume 22 | Number 5 | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it
PRISM Magazine - produced by The American Society for Engineering Education - a nonprofit member association, founded in 1893, dedicated to promoting and improving engineering and technology education.
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Virtual Worlds as (Survey Research) Laboratories | SurveyPost

Virtual Worlds as (Survey Research) Laboratories | SurveyPost | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it

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DIGITAL TV LABS IS THE FIRST OFFICIAL HBBTV TEST CENTRE - Broadcast Engineering

DIGITAL TV LABS IS THE FIRST OFFICIAL HBBTV TEST CENTRE - Broadcast Engineering | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it
DIGITAL TV LABS IS THE FIRST OFFICIAL HBBTV TEST CENTREBroadcast EngineeringDigital TV Labs, which provides independent, specialised receiver conformance products and services, has today announced that it is the first HbbTV test centre officially...
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A New Way to Study Permafrost Soil, Above and Below Ground

A New Way to Study Permafrost Soil, Above and Below Ground | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it
Berkeley CA (SPX) Jan 09, 2013 -
What does pulling a radar-equipped sled across the Arctic tundra have to do with improving our understanding of climate change?
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University of Michigan 3D Lab blurs line between virtual and reality

University of Michigan 3D Lab blurs line between virtual and reality | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it
There’s a powerful room at the University of Michigan tucked away in the unassuming Duderstadt Center on North Campus. The “room” — three white walls ...

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Classroom Response System - Home - Top Hat Monocle

Classroom Response System - Home - Top Hat Monocle | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it
Top Hat Monocle is a web based classroom response system that has revolutionized clickers. It raises retention and comprehension by making lectures active and engaging
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Virtual Experiments - How to do the experiment

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Virtual Experiments for the Earth Science

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Can you teach ‘real’ engineering at a distance?

Can you teach ‘real’ engineering at a distance? | Technologies in Engineering Education | Scoop.it

This blog is prompted by an e-mail from Rich Zuc, who wanted to know why there were no undergraduate degrees in engineering offered at a distance. With his permission, his letter is reproduced below, with my answers.


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Mahdi M Disfani's comment, January 24, 2013 9:01 PM
Thanks Pira! The article points out two big obstacles in engineering on-line courses: 1- Professional Accreditation Agencies belief that engineering is a Hands-on course and 2- high costs of virtual labs (I think the second obstacles have been resolved to some extents, by creating virtual laboratories by several universities and sharing them).