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ICSES Transactions on Computer Hardware and Electrical Engineering
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Embedded Electronics Applied in Remote Labs and Practical Works: A technological Revolution in the Future, What Limits and Impacts? | Accepted Manuscript
a University of Sultan Moulay Slimane, Beni Mellal, Morocco.
Highlights and Novelties
The very rapid evolution of embedded electronic systems used in the communication and exchange of information, has produced benefits for humanity and also other several technical, scientific, social and problems. For example, the field of education and teaching is strongly influenced by the technological revolution of these embedded systems, due to various factors such as the availability, the low cost and the massive production of these devices. A new direction of Learning is born; it is about the remote practical teaching. This new direction uses the performance of embedded Hardware and NICTs to ensure learning experiences and Practical Works (PW) remotely and in real time. The design and work with remote-Labs has created new topics in scientific and technical research, and international researchers are competing to unveil the impacts of using these new methods in existing teaching environments and most importantly in practical training. Several questions need to be asked and addressed by working with these new structures to study their impacts on various fields.
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Malaoui Abdessamad, " Embedded Electronics Applied in Remote Labs and Practical Works: A technological Revolution in the Future, What Limits and Impacts?," ICSES Transactions on Computer Hardware and Electrical Engineering (ITCHEE), In Press, pp. 1-2, Feb. 2018.
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