A Virtual Experiment or VE is a highly interactive web application. Unlike a simulation a VE does not usually model any part of the experiment; but is an interface to a set of pre-recorded experimental states derived from the original experiment. The users are given the tools to access the apparatus via the screen (mouse, pad or touch screen) and record the results themselves
VEs can be embedded on most web pages or within a VLE such as Blackboard or Moodle. Alternatively VEs can be used offline on an intranet, USB drives or CDs. This flexibility allows for a large range of deployments to meet the needs of the users, whether they are students or professionals looking to up-skill. The only technical requirement is that users systems have the Flash player installed.
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