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Real Virtual Lab:

Real Virtual Lab Proposal for Virtual Research Environment

LIBRARY:

LIBRARY Information reserves -- books -- journal articles -- videos

Library & Researcher:

Library & Researcher Symbiotic relationship

Library: Repository to Source:

Library: Repository to Source UDL

Virtual Labs 1. Demonstration Purposes:

Virtual Labs 1. Demonstration Purposes Medicine: Howard Hughes Medical Institute 2. Chemistry : CMU – The Chem Collective 3. Physics : Virtual Labs & Simulations Site

Virtual Labs 2. Data Collection:

Virtual Labs 2 . Data Collection Social Psychology Network Online participation Jury Decision Making Probabilisitic Reasoning

Virtual Labs 3. Remote Research:

Virtual Labs 3 . Remote Research Researcher (Ukraine) Telescope (New Zealand) Night sky (Mexico) Geneticist (South Africa) DNA Sample (U.S.)

Apache Point Observatory (APO) Sunspot, New Mexico:

Apache Point Observatory (APO) Sunspot, New Mexico Remote Observation: 70% REMARK: GUI application Laptops Multiple remote users connect simultaneously Savings in travel well over $100,000 Optical Telescope

UDL: Scope for Expansion Real Virtual Lab (RVL):

UDL: Scope for Expansion Real Virtual Lab (RVL) Market for online experimental activities Portal Increase connectivity between existing virtual resources and users Complete Research Environment Develop new experiments

RVL Features 1. Post Original Experiment:

RVL Features 1. Post Original Experiment Why Reduce need for replication Eliminate problem of Non-identical results b) What/How Compile & run Allow parameter changes

RVL Features 2. Post Experimental Templates:

RVL Features 2. Post Experimental Templates Why Experimental Paradigms: Frequently used “ Subjective ratings using linear scale” “Reaction Time” Economical: Students Pilot Study: Quick Assembly What/How Maintain: Call for Paradigm Templates

RVL Features 3. Post New Theories & Experimental Designs:

RVL Features 3. Post New Theories & Experimental Designs Why Relevant to New fields: Cognitive Science Missing Distinction: Theory / Experimentation Rapid Development: Case “Physics” What/How invite Hypotheses Responses: experimental testing invite Experimental results Responses: theoretical explanations

RVL Features 4. Online Cross Cultural Studies:

RVL Features 4. Online Cross Cultural Studies Why Relevant to studies involving human subjects Human Computer Interaction, Anthropology etc.. University of Salamanca, Spain: Non Verbal Behavior Avoid Long Distance Travel b) What/How Global Standardization of Experimental Procedures Joint venture with schools & colleges Instructor supervised participation

RVL Features 5. Universal Access:

RVL Features 5. Universal Access Why Reduce Dependence on funding agencies Global Research Culture Stronger College Applications

Real Virtual Lab Summary of Benefits:

Real Virtual Lab Summary of Benefits Rapid Development of Field Reduced Need for Funding Global Participation Research as “Hobby” “UDL as U. N. of Research” End

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