Literature Survey on virtual laboratory for secondary students


Rutwik Patel, Abhinav Patel ,Prof. Neha Agrawal,
Dwarkadas J Sanghvi College of Engineering, Information Technology Department, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.


Today’s students lack the ability to visualize some concepts due to the increased usage of technologies in day-to-day living, which leads to a lesser understanding of theory. Even though these concepts can be better understood in laboratories found in schools and institutions, there is currently a need for an hour to find better solutions to these issues due to time restraints and a lack of enough resources. This paper provides study on a variety of virtual laboratory implementations, including tools, approaches, and strategies. This paper aims to examine and present various existing systems and methodologies. This study primarily examines numerous remote laboratories and virtual laboratories that already exist, along with their approaches, strategies, and instruments.