World Wide Student Laboratory


Publications and reference materials about the WWSL and related Projects

  1. World Wide Student Laboratory. The White Paper. DiscoverLab Corporation, 2006.
  2. World Wide Student Laboratory. SBIR Grant # 0232861. NSF, DMI-0232861, 2003.
  3. A. Arodzero.World Wide Student Laboratory Project. - Los Alamos National Laboratory E-library, Physics #9806044. February 20, 1995. Revised June 19, 1998. 8p.
  4. Physicist would change laboratory procedures. -The Oregon Scientist, Vol. XI, No.4, p16, 1999.
  5. Visionary Physicist Uses WWW To Create World-Sized Lab. - HellerReports #3552, July 16, 1999.
  6. A. M. Zimin. The Role of Automated Remote Assessable Laboratories in a Practical Preparation of Students. Russian Federal State Agency of Education, N.E. Bauman Moscow State Technical University. Moscow, 2006. 45p. (in Russian)

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  8. M. Kazitov and V. Nelayev. Active virtual laboratory at Internet as an effective tool for learning. Global Congress on Engineering Education, Cracow, Poland, Sept. 6 - 11, 1998.
  9. H. Shen, Z. Xu, et al. Conducting Laboratory Experiments over the Internet.
  10. Y. Piguet and D. Gillet. Java-based remote experimentation for control algorithms prototyping. Presented at the American Control Conference, San Diego, California, June 1999.
  11. E. F. Steinfeld. Internet-appliance technology automates test equipment. -EDN Magazine, October 12, 2000. pp. 157 - 169.
  12. K. Forinash and R. Wisman. The Viability of Distance Education Science Laboratories. - Technological Horizons in Education (THE Journal), September 2001.
  13. B. Alhalabi, M. Hamza, et al. Remote Labs: Electrical Element Characterization Experiment.
  14. R. Berntzen, J. Strandman, et al. Advanced Solutions for Performing Real Experiments over the Internet.
  15. D. Gillet, G. Fakas. eMersion: A New Paradigm for Web-based Training in Engineering Education.
  16. B. A. Foss, K. E. Malvig, and T. I. Eikaas. Remote Experimentation -- New Content in Distance Learning.
  17. J. Tuttas and B. Wagner. Distributed Online Laboratories.
  18. N. Zaimoviœ, S. Lemeš and D. Petkoviœ. Virtual Instruments - A Chance to Teach Engineering at a Distance.
  19. S. K. Esche, C. Chassapis, J. W. Nazalewicz and D. J. Hromin. A Scalable System Architecture for Remote Experimentaion.
  20. H. Shen, M. S. Shur, T. A. Fjeldly and K. Smith. Low-cost Modules for Remote Engineering Education: Performing Laboratory Experiments over the Internet.
  21. T. A. Fjeldly, M. S. Shur, H. Shen, and T. Ytterdal. Automated Internet Measurement Laboratory (AIM-Lab) for Engineering Education.
  22. H. H. Saliah,L. Villardier, C. Kedowide, B. Assogha and T. Wong. Resource Management Strategies for Remote Virtual Laboratory Experimentation.
  23. Ch. Salzmann, D. Giller, H. A. Latchman, and O. D. Crisalle. On-line Engeneering Laboratories: Real-Time Control over the Internet.
  24. Ch. Schmid, A. Ali. A Web-based System for Control Engineering Education. American Control Conference, June 2000.
  25. Ch. Salzmann, H. A. Latchman, D. Gillet, and O. D. Crisalle. Requirements for Real-Time Laboratory Experimentation over the Internet.
  26. Ch. Schmid. Remote Experimentation in Control Engineering.
  27. Learning Standards Guide.
  28. Ch. Schmid. VCLAB - The Virtual Control Engineering Laboratory. Symposium on System Identification, June 2000.
  29. Ch. Scmidt, T. I. Eikaas, B. Foss and D. Gillet. A Remote Laboratory Experimentation Network.
  30. D. Gillet, Ch. Salzmann, H. A. Latchman, and O. D. Crisalle. Recent Advances in Remote Experimentation.
  31. T. F. Junge and C Schmid. Web-based Remote Experimentation Using a Laboratory-Scale Optical Tracker. American Control Conference, June 2000.
  32. Ch. Röhrig and A. Jochheim. Java-based Framework for Remote Access to Laboratory Experiments.
  33. M. Casini, D. Prattichizzo and A. Vicino. The Automatic Control Telelab: a Remote Control Engineering Laboratory.
  34. M. Hites, M. Sekerak and L. Sanders. Implementing and Evaluating Web-based "Hands-on" Laboratories for Undergraduate Education.
  35. Goh Teck Beng. Case for Report: Web-based Virtual Laboratory.
  36. D. Gillet, C. Salzmann, R. Longchamp, and D. Bonvin. Telepresence: An Opportunity to Develop Real-world Experimentation in Education.
  37. U. Harms. Virtual and Remote Labs in Physics Education.
  38. N. Faltin, A. Böhne, J. Tuttas, and B. Wagner. Distributed Team Learning in an Internet-assisted Laboratory.
  39. Ch. Salzman, D. Gillet, and P. Huguenin. Introduction to Real-time Control using LabView™ with an Application to Distance Learning.
  40. S.H. Chen, V. Ramakrishnan, R. Chen, S.Y. Hu, Y. Zhuang, C.C. Ko and Ben M. Chen. A Large Scale Web-Based Virtual Oscilloscope Laboratory Experiment.
  41. C. Röhrig and A. Jochheim. The Virtual Lab for Controlling Real Experiments via Internet.
  42. D. Gillet, Ch. Salzmann, and Pierre Huguenin. A Distributed Architechture for Teleoperation over the Internet with Application to the Remote Control of an Inverted Pendulum.
  43. J. Overstreet and A. Tzes. Internet-based Client/Server Virtual Instrument Designs for Real-time Remote-access Control Engineering Laboratory.
  44. S.H. Chen, R. Chen, V. Ramakrishnan, S.Y. Hu, Y. Zhuang, C.C. Ko and Ben M. Chen. Development of Remote Laboratory Experimentation through Internet.
  45. N. Ertugrul. Towards Virtual Laboratories: a Survey of LabView-based Teaching/Learning Tools and Future Trends.
  46. R. Murillo Garcia, F. Wornle, B. G. Stewart and D. K. Harrison. Real-time Remote Network Control of an Inverted Pendulum Using ST-RTL. 32nd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Nov. 6 - 9, 2002, Boston, MA, Session T2E-18.
  47. C. Nippert. On Line Experiments - the Results of the Online Widener Laboratories. ibid, Section T2E-12.
  48. Y. Bertrand, M. Flotters, F. Azais, S. Bernard, L. Lattore and R. Lorival. A Remote Access to Engineering Test Facilities for the Distant Education of European Microelectronics Students. ibid, Section T2E-24.
  49. S. Kocijancic and C. O'Sullivan. Integrating Virtual and True Laboratory in Science and Technology Education. ibid, Section T2E-7.
  50. MJ. Callaghan, J. Harkin, C. Peters, TM. McGinnity and LP. Maguire. A Collaborative Environment for Remote Experimentation. 2003 IEEE MSE'03 Conference.
  51. R. Gran, R. J. Wilkes, H-G. Berns and T.H. Burnett. WALTA school-network cosmic ray detectors. Presented at IEEE-NSS-2003, Portland, OR, October 2003.
  52. S. Hansen at al. Low-cost Data Acquisition Card for School-network Cosmic Ray Detectors. Presented at IEEE-NSS-2003, Portland, OR, October 2003.
  53. H-G. Berns, T. H. Burnett, R. Gran and J. Wilkes. GPS Time Synchronization in School-Network Cosmic ray Detectors. Presented at IEEE-NSS-2003, Portland, OR, October 2003.
  54. H-G. Berns, T. H. Burnett, R. Gran, G. Wheel and R. J. Wilkes. LabView Interface for School-Network DAQ Card. Presented at IEEE-NSS-2003, Portland, OR, October 2003.
  55. T. I. Eikaas and B. Foss. CYBERLAB: A Global Remote Laboratory Network. Presented at AlChE Annual Meeting, November 16-21, 2003, San Francisco.
  56. H. Cartwright. Why Should On-line Experiments Form Part of University Science Courses? CAL_laborate, Volume 5, October 2000.
  57. M. Beaudoin.From Campus to Cyberspace: The Transition of Classroom Faculty to Distance Education Roles. Proceedings of SITE, 3, 1639-1641, 2003.
  58. H. Ewald and G. F. Page.Performing Experiments by Remote Control Using the Internet. Global J. of Engng. Educ., Vol. 4, No.3, 287-292, 2000.
  59. L. Hesselink, E. Bjornson and D. Rizal. CyberLab, A New Paradigm in Distance Learning. Presented at NSF Meeting, February 11, 2000.
  60. J. del Alamo. Remote Web-Enabled Laboratories. MIT on the Road, Chicago, Nov. 2000; MIT Club of Rochester March 27, 2001.
  61. L. Hesselink and B. Wagner. Internet Assisted Laboratories, I-Labs. WGLN Project Proposal. Stanford - Hanover Collaboration Proposal, March 2001.
  62. L. Hesselink, D. Rizal and E. Bjornson.CyberLab: Remote access to laboratories through the world-wide-web. Stanford University, 2002.
  63. L. Hesselink. Next Wave of Internet Applications Based on Seamless Integration of Devices, Users, and Data. SSGRR Plenary Talk, 4/30/2002.
  64. R. Rashid. Pedagogy and Scholarship in the Early 21st Century: Rethinking the Role of Technology in the University. Presented at Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2002.
  65. Distance-Learning Remote Laboratories using LabVIEW. The White Paper. National Instruments Corporation, 2002.
  66. Z. Q. Guo, H. C. Hong and Z. R. Jie.Remote data Acquisition and Control System for Mossbauer Spectroscopy Based on RT-Linux. Lanzhou University, 730000, China.
  67. L. Anido, M. Llamas, and M. J. Fernández. Internet-based Learning by Doing. IEEE Transactions on Education, May 2001, vol. 44, Number 2.
  68. N. Chao. On line Integrated Lab Experiments for Science and Technology Instruction for the 21st Century. Presented at 7/99 Syllabus Conference, July, 1999.
  69. N. Chao and B. E. Mohr. An Interactive Internet Laboratory. Presented at the 2001 ASEE National Conference in Albuquerque, NM on June 25, 2001.
  70. N. Chao and B. E. Mohr. Low Cost, Hands-on Science & Technology Experimentation & Demonstrations. Presented at League for Innovation 2002.Boston, MA March 16, 2002.
  71. M. Cooper, E. Scanlon and S. Freake.Remote Controlled Teaching Experiments, in Science and Engineering Subjects, Accessible over the World-Wide-Web: the PEARL project. Open University, UK, 2000.
  72. M. Cooper.The challenge of practical work in an eUniversity - real, virtual and remote experiments. Knowledge Media Institute, Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, UK - MK7 6AA, 2000.
  73. M. Cooper, L.P. Santacruz-Valencia, A. Donnelly and P. Sergeant. User interface approaches for accessibility in complex World-Wide-Web applications- an example approach from the PEARL project. PEARL Publication, 2000.
  74. M. Cooper, C. Colwell and T. Amaral. Accessibility and usability in complex web based learning applications: lessons from the PEARL project. Presented at E-Learn 2002, Oct 15-19, Montreal, Canada.
  75. J. M. Martins Ferreira, R. J. Costa, G. R. Alves and M. Cooper. The PEARL Digital Electronics Lab: Full Access to the Workbench via the Web. Presented at 13th EAEEIE Annual Conference on Innovations in Education for Electrical and Information Engineering, York, England, 2002.
  76. M. Cooper, A. Donnelly and J. Ferreira. Remote controlled experiments for teaching over the internet: a comparison of approaches developed in the PEARL project. Presented at Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) 2002 Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
  77. T. Schafer, J. M. Seigneur and A. Donelly. PEARL: A Generic Architecture for Live Experiments in a Remote Laboratory Presented at SCS International Conference on Simulation and Multimedia in Engineering Education, ICSEE'03, Florida, 2003.
  78. Z. Nedic, J. Machotka and A. Nafalski. Remote Laboratories Versus Virtual and Real Laboratories. Presented at 33rd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, November 5-8, 2003, Boulder, CO.
  79. D. Z. Deniz, A. Bulancak and G. Ozcan. A Novel Approach to Remote Laboratories. Presented at 33rd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, November 5-8, 2003, Boulder, CO.
  80. D. Kennepohl, et al. Remote Access to Instrumental Analysis for Distance Education in Science. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, Vol 6, No 3, 2005. ISSN: 1492-3831.
  81. S. Grober, at al. Experimenting from a Distance Remotely Controlled Laboratory (RCL). To appear in European Journal of Physics 2007.

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  83. J. J. Stuppy. Automated Testing and Electronic Instructional Delivery and Student Management System. US Patent # 6,146,148. Nov. 14, 2000.
  84. J. P. Richard, R. O'Bryant and V. P. Harmon. System and Method for the Delivery, Authoring, and Menagement of Courseware over a Computer Network. US Patent # 6,162,060. Dec. 19, 2000.
  85. P. J. Stephens,C. J. Dufort, C. C. Bredenberg, A. More and W. P. Mitchell. System for Analyzing and/or Effecting Experimentation Data From a Remote Location. US Patent # 6,261,103. Jul. 17, 2001.
  86. B. A. Alhalabi and M. K. Hamza. Remote Laboratory Experimentation. US Patent Application Publication # US 2002/0147799 A1. Oct. 10, 2002. Provisional application filed on Apr. 2, 2001.
  87. H. Shen, M. Shour and T. Fjeldly. Conducting Remote Instructor-controlled Experimentation. US Patent Application Publication # US 2003/0207243 A1. Nov. 6, 2003. Provitional application filed on Aug. 1, 2000.

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  89. Web Site of edutech: Higher Education and New Technologies, Switzerland.
  90. Conferences, congresses and other interesting events. (Site maintained by Centre NTE, University of Fribourg).