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This report provides information about the purpose, background, and operation of Remote Controlled Labs (RCL) for physics teaching. These online, user-controlled labs provide students with access to experiments that are generally too expensive, too complicated, and/or too dangerous for most schools or colleges to run. The report begins with descriptions of the overall goals and learning outcomes for remote labs. It then gives details regarding eleven available labs. These include Millikan's oil-drop experiment, Rutherford scattering, the speed of light, the photoelectric effect, I-V characteristics of semiconductor devices, and radioactivity.

Both German and English versions of the report are available.

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= Advanced Laboratories
= Introductory Laboratories
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- High School
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classic experiment, experimental physics, online experiment, online physics, particle physics
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Experimenting from a Distance: Remote Controlled Lab experiments for teaching Physics at High-school, (Working Group, Prof. Jodl, Kaiserslautern, 2015), <http://pen-physik.de/w_jodl/Docs/book-rcl_small.pdf>.
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