Remote engineering implies a new strategy of assessment?

Abstract : When we spoken about remote engineering as a new methodology used in the cyberspace with the final goal of the teaching/learning improvement and cost sharing, we are obliged to approach all of the process sides. Assessment is one of these sides and there is considered the most powerful tool for illustration, in the qualitative and quantitative ways, the learners responds at educational objectives offered by the remote engineering learning environment. In the present paper the authors have the intention to explain what we do really different when we introduce remote experiment in the learning environment in the comparison with face to face learning, problem based learning or project courses from assessment point of view. Also they have the intention to put in discussion how does this technology to reconsider the content or the delivery steps in teaching. It is of great importance to stress on the variety of the audiences who will be involved: students, lecturers, curriculum designers, employers, administrators.
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Cornel Samoila, Doru Ursutiu, Petru Cotfas. Remote engineering implies a new strategy of assessment?. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 7 p. ⟨hal-00257128⟩

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