Conference Proceedings Paper
The Development of Remote Teaching Laboratory Access Software for Multi-Slice Computed Optical Tomography for Use in Undergraduate Nuclear Education
37th Annual CNS-CNA Student Conference - 2013 June 11
Terry J. Price (UOIT)
Eleodor Nichita (UOIT)
Internet-based laboratory exercises were developed for a course on biomedical imaging at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. These exercises used a multi-slice computed optical tomography machine named DeskCAT to instruct students on the principals of computed tomography. User management software was developed which enabled course instructors to quickly set up a computer to accept a series of scheduled remote user connections for a classroom. Laboratory exercises using the DeskCAT machine were developed to be conducted remotely.
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