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TitleAssessing remote physiological signals acquisition experiments
Author(s)Barros, Carla
Leão, Celina Pinto
Pereira, Filipe
Soares, Filomena
Machado, José
Matos, Demétrio Ferreira
Carvalho, Vítor
KeywordsBiomedical engineering education
Learning styles
Physiological acquisition systems
Remote Labs
Issue dateJan-2015
PublisherAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Abstract(s)A great number cif remote laboratories has been implemented in the engineering field. Nevertheless, there are few approaching the bioengineering area. The present paper will describe not only an innovative remote laboratory developed for biomedical engineering education, but also its assessment based on the target public's feedback. The remote laboratory developed by the research team intends to provide the physiological signals remote acquisition from human body, supported by theory to a greater understanding of learned concepts. This tool is geared towards the undergraduate biomedical engineering students. Therefore, a sample of twelve students took part in a limited study conducted to quantitatively and qualitatively assess the remote laboratory. The study was undertaken using two questionnaires, one distributed before and other after the performance of a remote experiment. Moreover, the information about the learning style/method, employed by each student, was collected in order to devise strategies for future applications development and to make the remote laboratory suitable for the target public.
TypeConference paper
AccessRestricted access (Author)
Appears in Collections:CT2M - Publicações em atas de encontros científicos / Papers in conference proceedings

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