Analysis and Characterisation of Interactions in Face-to-Face and Remote-Access Chemistry Laboratories
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Laboratories have long been integral components in the undergraduate science curriculum. With the advancement of technologies, remote laboratories have been developed to complement or even replace some traditional face-to-face laboratories. This research investigated the process of learning in both face-to-face and remote laboratories by understanding interactions from the viewpoint of students, and their satisfaction levels. Findings from this research provide information for curriculum designers, laboratory instructors and students.
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