Real Remote Mass-Spring Laboratory Experiments across Internet-Inherent Part of Integrated E- Learning of Oscillations

Franz Schauer, Miroslava Ozvoldova, Frantisek Lustig, Martin Dekar

Abstract


Abstractâ?? The paper presents the application of Integrated e-Learning exemplified on the thematic block â??Oscillationsâ??. The goal of the course of Physics in the chapter of Oscillations is to show the oscillatory movement as a basis of nearly all natural phenomena. The unifying model for all real world systems then may be the mass-spring system established on the mechanical oscillator. The three constituting components of Integrated e-Learning, based on our definition and interpretation of Integrated e-Learning are illustrated: the remote (or hands on, class) experiments, e- simulations and e- textbooks for the unit Oscillations. The new method of Integrated e-learning, very substantial for prospective physics teachers, was verified at Trnava University in cooperation with Charles University in Prague. First experiences with utilization of real remote experiments of driven and damped oscillations, corresponding applets and e-textbook â??Multimedia university physics

Keywords


Driven oscillations remote experiment, e-simulations with data output and transfer, e-textbook, Integrated e-Learning, remote Internet experiments.

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