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The aim of this paper is to present an integrated Internet-based package for teaching the fundamentals of motion control by using a wide range of resources: theory, videos, simulators, games, quizzes, and a remote lab. The package is aimed at automation technicians, pupils at vocational schools and students taking an introductory course in automatic control, and was designed to complement traditional teaching methods and not as a substitute for them. The scope of this package was also chosen to complement the control engineering curriculum. The evaluation data collected from the users suggest that this strategy gave very good results and raised the interest of learners.
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