Stanford CyberLab: Internet Assisted Laboratories

Stanford CyberLab: Internet Assisted Laboratories

Lambertus Hesselink (Stanford University, USA), Dharmarus Rizal (Stanford University, USA), Eric Bjornson (Stanford University, USA), Sandy Paik (Stanford University, USA), Raj Batra (Stanford University, USA), Peter Catrysse (Stanford University, USA), Dan Savage (Stanford University, USA) and Anthony Wong (Stanford University, USA)
Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 19
DOI: 10.4018/jdet.2003010102
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Abstract

Cyberlab is a fully automated, Internet accessible laboratory for use in research and teaching, developed at Stanford University since 1996. Cyberlab is a completely self-contained system including a web-based scheduler, analysis tools, a data acquisition system, a digital notebook, extensive collaboration tools including simultaneous access to the equipment by multiple students, extensive security features, including firewall compliance without the need for IT intervention. The system is easily scalable and can be integrated with other distance learning programs.

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