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LVEST - VIRTUAL LASER LAB - ITLC - OPEA-MAT - VPLAB - MCRLAB - TEAM project

LVEST

LVEST is an acronym for Virtual Laboratory for Education in Sciences and Technology . LVEST's research aims at building generic virtual laboratory in computer sciences field, mechanical and electrical engineering (this site is in french).
http://www.licef.teluq.uquebec.ca/LVEST/reseaugraphie/

VIRTUAL LASER LAB

The Virtual Laser Lab, VLL, is designed to provide students with opportunities to undertake actual experiments, not just simulations over a WEB browser. The VLL would overcome a number of difficulties associated with "hands on" laboratory practice such as those related to lack of basic skills, safety, and accessibility. Viewers can see on a video window the experiment in operation and observe the results in real time.
http://noc.dal.ca/CommServ/announcements/vll.html
http://www.cap.ca/congress1999/invabstracts/Paton-DPE.htm

ITLC

The ITLC is a unit of the College of Engineering, established to facilitate the development and delivery of course materials using innovative teaching and learning techniques (multimedia, computer mediated, broadcast, Web-based, etc.).
http://www.engr.usask.ca/itlc/index.html

OPEA-MAT

OPEA-MAT is a courseware making more easier the teaching and learning of mathematics in sciences and engineering (this site is in french).
http://www.gci.ulaval.ca/opea-mat/vitrine/

VPLAB

The Virtual Physics Laboratory (VPLab) is an on-line simulation-based learning environment allowing students to conduct "virtual experiments" which feature many characteristics and constraints normally associated with real experiments, such as: uncertainty inherent to measuring apparatus, small random fluctuations of parameters, and limitations in the range or control that the experimenter has over parameters and variables.
http://www.licef.teluq.uquebec.ca/gmec/vplab/lvp.htm

MCRLAB

The Multimedia Communications Research Laboratory (MCRLab) was founded in 1984. Today, it is investigating various aspects of Multimedia Broadband Communications.
http://www.mcrlab.uottawa.ca

TEAM project

The project relies an international virtual laboratory, addressing:
-The need to train students in actual aerospace and mechatronics technologies.
-Development of pedagogical concepts and course units offering innovative laboratory experiments with hardware via internet.
-Give students of the partner universities access to a set of motivating experiments via internet, as well as student and faculty member exchanges.
-Thus students profit from this transatlantic tele-education approach by training in advanced technology in an international environment.

Universités participantes au projet TEAM:
Université de sherbrooke
Université Victoria
Université de Toronto

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