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A DISTANCE LEARNING MODEL FOR INTERNET BASED TELEOPERATION. Barda IOANA - phd student, Univ. of Oradea, ioana.barda@gmail.com Csokmai LEHEL – Univ. of Oradea, cs.lehel@yahoo.com Vesselnyi TIBERIU – Univ. of Oradea, tvesselenyi@yahoo.co.uk

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a distance learning model for internet based teleoperation

A DISTANCE LEARNING MODEL FOR INTERNET BASED TELEOPERATION

Barda IOANA- phd student, Univ. of Oradea, ioana.barda@gmail.com

Csokmai LEHEL– Univ. of Oradea, cs.lehel@yahoo.com

Vesselnyi TIBERIU– Univ. of Oradea, tvesselenyi@yahoo.co.uk

Tarca RADU CATALIN- UNESCO Chair in Information Technology, Univ. of Oradea, rctarca@yahoo.com

Popentiu Vladicescu FLORIN- UNESCO Chair in Information Technology, Univ. of Oradea, popentiu@imm.dtu.dk

Mihai MIHAELA - student, Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest –FILS, mihaimmihaela@yahoo.com

contents
Contents
  • INTRODUCTION
  • E-LEARNING vs E-TEACHING
  • APPLICATION
  • CONCLUSIONS
  • Selective BIBLIOGRAPHY
introduction
The new type of learning

Virtual Learning Environment

Mechatronic virtual lab

Communication technologies:

Asynchronous

Synchronous

INTRODUCTION
e learning vs e teaching
E-LEARNING vs. E-TEACHING
  • E-learning – is more “student’s job”
  • E-teaching – is more “teacher’s job”
  • Concept of blended learning:
    • - transition from traditional learning (teacher centered) to modern learning – electronic learning (learner centered) techniques.
    • - based on mixing collaborative learning, problem-based learning (PBL) and independent learning.
    • - learning management system (LMS) – also referred to as adaptive hypermedia
application
The purpose is to develop a collaborative system of e-laboratories in which one may use common resources that are scattered between laboratories, using techniques of augmented realityAPPLICATION
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Robot

VC

VC

PC

MM

PC

INTERNET

PC

VC

MM

AGV

a

Robot

AGV

ML

b

Robot

AGV

c

The architecture (a) and the

virtual layout (b, c) of the system

conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • Effective e-learning application  offering students great help in getting accustomed to remote robot manipulation via Internet.
  • The proposed system helps students perform practice experiments from any location, at any time, in their own learning rhythm and for how much time they need.
  • Tool that can be used to test new control schemes over a variety of physical equipment.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The authors were supported by the Faculty of Management and Technological Engineering, and they contributed to this paper with results of their investigations on Robotics & Virtual Reality and advanced computing methodologies according to the research program of the UNESCO Chair in Information Technologies at University of Oradea.

selective bibliography
Selective BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Natasa Hoic-Bozic, Vedran Mornar, and Ivica Boticki, A Blended Learning Approach to Course Design and Implementation, IEEE Transactions on Education, vol. 52, no. 1, February 2009

2. A. Ivanescu, Ioana Barda, Fl. Popentiu-Vladicescu, Distance Learning Answering Students' Needs; The example of the Interactive e-Learning Environment (IELE), The 4th International Scientific Conference eLSE "eLearning and Software for Education", Bucharest, April 17-18 2008, pp. 81-88 , ISBN: 978-973-749-362-0.

3. Juan D. Velásquez, Vasile Palade, Adaptive Web Sites - A Knowledge Extraction from Web Data Approach, ISBN 978-1-58603-831-1, IOS Press, 2008

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4. Laura Czerniewicz, Distinguishing the Field of Educational Technology, Electronic Journal of e-Learning Volume 6 Issue 3 2008, pp. 171-178

5. Evelyn Kigozi Kahiigi, Love Ekenberg, Henrik Hansson, F.F Tusubira and Mats Danielson, Exploring the e-Learning State of Art, Electronic Journal e-Learning Volume 6 Issue 2 2008, pp. 77 – 88, ISSN 1479-4403

6. Helen Boulton, Managing e-Learning: What are the Real Implications for Schools?, Electronic Journal e-Learning Volume 6 Issue 1 2008, pp. 11-18, ISSN 1479-4403

7. Malcolm Bell and Stephen Farrier, Measuring Success in e-Learning – A Multi-Dimensional Approach, Electronic Journal e-Learning Volume 6 Issue 2 2008, pp. 99 – 110, ISSN 1479-4403

8. Min Wu, Jin-Hua She, Gui-Xiu Zeng, and Yasuhiro Ohyama, Internet-Based Teaching and Experiment System for Control Engineering Course, IEEE Transactions On Industrial Electronics, Vol. 55, No. 6, June 2008