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  • Zurck zur ersten Seite IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Madras, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Guwahati, IIT Roorkee, Amrita University, IIIT Hyderabad, Dayalbagh University, NIT Surathkal, COE Pune Virtual Labs VIRTUAL LABSVIRTUAL LABS http://vlab.co.in
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  • Motivation Physical Distances Limit Doing Experiments Sharing of Costly Equipment Proliferation of Quality Labs
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  • The basic idea Physical Lab (located remotely (located remotely ) Internet Remote User 1 Remote User 2 Remote User n
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  • Objectives of the Virtual Lab Project remote-access to labs n To provide remote-access to labs in various disciplines of Science and Engineering. students n To cater to students at the UG level, PG level as well as to research scholars. own pacecuriosity n To enable the students to learn at their own pace, and to arouse their curiosity. Learning Management System n To provide a complete Learning Management System that includes web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self evaluation.
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  • Types of Virtual Labs Measurement Based CLOSER TO REALITY SCALABILITY
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  • Intended Users n College Students n College Students who do not have access to good lab-facilities. n Researchers in different institutes n Researchers in different institutes who can collaborate / share equipment and resources. n High-school students n High-school students, whose inquisitiveness will be triggered, possibly motivating them to take up higher-studies. n Different engineering colleges n Different engineering colleges, who can benefit from the content and related teaching resources.
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  • IIT Delhi n IIT Bombay n IIT Kanpur n IIT Kharagpur n IIT Madras n IIT Roorkee Participating Institutes Amrita University IIT Guwahati I IIIT Hyderabad Dayalbagh University NIT Karnataka COE Pune
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  • Broad Areas for Virtual Labs n Electronics and Communication Engineering n Computer Science and Engineering n Electrical Engineering n Mechanical Engineering n Civil Engineering n Chemical Engineering n Biomedical and Biotechnology Engineering n Chemical Sciences n Physical Sciences All areas of Science and Engineering are covered
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  • Website: www.vlab.co.in One common website to access all Virtual Labs
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  • Virtual Labs Launch n Virtual Labs has been Dedicated to the Nation on 23rd Feb, 2012. on 23rd Feb, 2012. Virtual Lab on Akash Tablet
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  • Value Add in a Nutshell On-demand Labs [learn at own pace] Integrated Learning [contents at one place] Virtual Labs - A Complete Learning Management System Self - Evaluation [pre /post lab quiz] Animation/Video Tut [better insight] Freedom to make mistakes [can experiment with experiments]
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  • Training on Virtual Labs Nodal Coordinators Meeting Inauguration Selection of Nodal Centres Expression of Interest Workshop Invitations to Colleges for Workshop Development of a novel process for Field Trials
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  • Field Trials of ECE, CSE & Applied Science Total Number of Nodal Centres : 48
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  • Field Trials conducted in over 100 Colleges Field Trials conducted in over 100 Colleges More than 1000 Faculty Trained More than 50000 Students Trained 36 Workshops Conducted Participating Institutes NATIONAL IMPACT
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  • On-site Training and Field Trials
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  • Quality Parameters Technical Mid Term Evaluation by Subject Experts Field Trials Teachers Feedback Students Feedback Self Evaluation Usefulness Usability Learning Component A novel process for Quality Control
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  • Virtual Lab Experiments Subject Experts Technical Evaluation by Subject Experts Technical Feedback Lab Developer Field Trials Teachers Feedback Student Feedback The Feedback Loop
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  • Analysis of Feedback
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  • Transparency Admin Website for all Labs 1. Finances above One Lakh 2.Equipment List Vlab website All Vlabs being Developed Repository (Limited Access) 1. All Presentations 2.DNC Reports 3. All Mid Term Evaluation Forms 4. All Feedback Forms 5. Field Trial Data Web Link : http://118.102.1 91.42:8080/nux eo Wiki (in process) Web Link : http://devel.vi rtual- labs.ac.in/wik ii Developer Forum Web Link : http://vlab.co. in/forum/inde x.php New paradigm for Transparency and Openness
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  • Lab Developers Project Associates Field Engineers THE ECO-SYSTEM Student Faculty Nodal Centre Coordinators Nodal Centres Creation of an Ecosystem and the Virtual Labs Community
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  • Success Indicators After Success Indicator Before After Over 100 Number of Virtual Labs developed0Over 100 Over 50,000 Number of students using Virtual Labs0Over 50,000 Over 1000 Number of teachers trained on Virtual Labs0Over 1000 Over 100 Number of engineering labs with a complete0Over 100 Learning Management System Over 1000 Usage of Labs outside the Lab Hours0Over 1000 daily hits Phenomenal use beyond regular lab hours ! 1 30 Nov 2012
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  • Best Practices Novel Process for Quality Control Novel Process for Field Trials Exemplary Horizontal Transfer of ICT-based Best Practices New Paradigm for Transparency Creation of an Ecosystem Learning Management System for Virtual Labs
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  • Social Impact Sharing of Lab Resources Connecting Rural and Remote Colleges Providing access to Quality Labs to the less privileged Paradigm Shift in ICT - based Learning Platform for exchange of knowledge Quality Improvement in Engineering Education
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  • Overall Impact Accessibility to Quality Labs Development of Novel Processes Ideal application for Akash and NKN Platform for exchange of Information
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  • Virtual Labs : A Journey Virtual Labs : A Journey From Concept To Reality