Undergraduate/postgraduate student project work to support the teaching and learning of remote laboratory design

Ian Andrew Grout


In this paper, consideration is given to the types of skills required by engineers who would be tasked with designing, developing, implementing and maintaining remote engineering laboratories. In this, the engineer would be required to have a broad range of skills including electronic hardware design, computer software and information technology (IT) amongst others that are brought together in order to develop and support remote laboratories. The paper will consider these skills, along with the acquisition of these skills at primarily undergraduate level to acquire the basic skills, but also postgraduate level to acquire the advanced skills.


Educational technology;remote engineering;programmable logic

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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