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Resources and Help NETLab: An online laboratory management system Abstract: Online hardware-based educational laboratories are increasingly being deployed in traditional on-campus as well as Web-based distance-learning courses around the world. An online laboratory generally will consist of several hardware-based remote experiments. However, one particular experiment can be performed at a time by an individual student or a group of students which require a careful scheduling of the experiments. For the proper implementation of an online laboratory an efficient laboratory management system LMS is thus essential. Also for an online laboratory, the students need to fully understand the experimental system setup and feel comfortable as in an actual laboratory environment which, however, can be effectively done by adding suitable videos and animations etc. Besides, the students should be able to run the remote experiments, extract, save and analyze the data and submit laboratory reports online.
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Citing articles via Google Scholar. A Profile of Point of Care Coordinators: Roles, Responsibilities and Attitudes. Investigate the problems that associated with the management of space in the science laboratory 3.
Investigate the problems associated with the management of science teaching equipment in the laboratory 4. Investigate the problems that associated with the management of electricity of the laboratory. What are the problems associated with management of electricity of the laboratory? The outcome of the study is therefore expected to motivate the stakeholders to improved upon the isolated variables which have been found to solve the problems associated with the management of space teaching equipment and electricity in the laboratory 1.
The following will be focused in the review - History and the meaning of science laboratory development management - Importance of good laboratory management - Problems of laboratory management and their solution - Method of good laboratory management 2. This development is inspired by new participatory approaches to science and innovation and relies on user control method and concepts like open innovation or use innovation.
The earliest laboratory according to the present evidence is a home laboratory of Pythagoras of somos, the well laboratories good laboratory practice embodies different principles which are designed to ensure and promote consistency, quality, safety, readability and integrity of chemicals during non clinical and laboratory testing. One of the main goals is to controls what scientist do and how hey carryout their safety quality testing of chemical and biochemical products s well as in development pharmaceuticals.
Another key thing to note is that GLP aims at proving that no safety quality data has been manipulated or changes in one way or another.
It is also ensures regulators and research authorities that the statistics and data which are being submitted are based on the study results and findings. In order to minimize fraudulent claims or any other discrepancies, analyses are required to keep sufficient, valid, 8 reliable, consistent and correct records of every single testing process, approach and methodology.
According to Balogun , no effective science education can ever exist without teaching aids that are required;this is just because one of the major objectives for teaching science, in schools is to help import the sprit of science inquiry in the students. Research as conductive showed some important rule and regulations of laboratory:- i.
One must put on lab coat when conducting experiment known Greek philosopher and scientists. This laboratory created when Pythagoras conducted an experiment about tones of sound and vibration of string.
Recent studies of science indicate that scientists interactions with her peer, particularly their response to questions from another scientists as well as their use of analysis in formulating hypothesis and solving problems and their responses to unexplained results all influence their success in making discoveries dumber, According to college of art science students advisory council CASSAC a standard laboratory must have some of these requirement which include the following: i.
Firstly, the laboratory must be large enough and have enough spaces for the students to have freedom of moving from one ,place to another when they are conducting their practical ii.
In a standard laboratory there must be all these basic materials such as water, gas and electricity, whenever they are model iii. There must also have a good storage place iv. The laboratory must also be well furnished v. There must be some space that will be made between each benches vi. There must be good passage of iar for an enough ventilation vii. It is necessary to have a place for emergency escape 10 2. Do not remove chemicals or apparatus from the laboratory without permission ii.
Flushed water soluble liquid with excess water down the sink with a large excess of water iii. Never heat a chemical or apparatus in the laboratory, it will act as bomb iv. There should be no smoking in the laboratory, smoking is not allowed because some chemicals are flammable while eating is also not allow because there are some infected micro organism which easily be infected by a person 11 2.
Poorly equipped laboratories ii. The method used by the lecturer iii. Shortage of found to finance and basic services iv. Experience and qualification v. In adequate auxiliary facilities and basic activities Azubuike stated that the laboratory is necessary for the influence it has no students both in the aspect of theory and practical - If the number of students exceed the experimentation that is the number which the laboratory attendance can lead to improper management 12 - Lack of skills, manpower or well train lecturer who are trained both in theory as well as practical and how to handled practical activities in the school can lead to the problem of improper management of laboratory According to Olelakin divided the problems of laboratory management in two groups: 1.
Human resources problem 2. Materials resources problem 1. Human resources problems: these are the kind of problem coursed as a result of inadequate knowledge of proper ways of management laboratory, either from the lecturer or lab techniques. The human resources problem can also result if the student are not well discipline in the laboratory or they are many as that which cannot control 2.
Material resources problems: these are problem associated with inadequate of material facilities that the instructor can be used to control the practical activities in laboratory. Also old equipment also course material problem of laboratory management 13 2. According to the CASSAC student can only sent asses to laboratory attendants in charge and the store should always have two forms of apparatus in their laboratories.
The first apparatus should be for practical work, this should be under the good care of the teacher to prevent mishandling by the student. The second are to be used for demonstration to illustrate lessons and to be handle only by the lecturer and must be displayed in such a way that all the students sees it from any angle in the room.
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