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Welcome to the iLabX Summer 2022
Course of a Lab Module
The iLab follows a unique learning scheme:
During the Lab you will answer lots of questions directly on this web portal. After all these forms are filled out, you are done (no other things like reports have to be handed in).
An important aspect of the exercise is the team aspect. Everyone is different and so we all have different approaches and experiences with the lab modules.
A key factor for good teamwork in the practical part is a good individual preparation. The practical phase is meant as a cooperation of two persons with good theoretical knowledge on the topic. You become a theoretical expert via the introductory lecture and your individual preparation ("PreLab").
Both team members usually have their focus on different aspects of the preparation and so you can assist each other and extend each other's knowledge. The benefit can be very high as everyone experiences an approaches things differently.
During the practical part you will experience two different ways of solving things and hopefully have intense discussions about the answers you are composing. This active discussion about the topics will help you to memorize the learned content even better.
Schedule of a module
The lecture (~2h) takes place during the weekly meeting. You will have access to the theoretical material for your individual preparation already before the lecture (but looking at the material beforehand is not necessary).
Then you can directly start with your individual preparation. As this part consists mostly of reading the provided material students often start doing it on the weekend.
For the practical part you usually have a time frame of one week to finish it. In case you don't make it for justified reasons we offer a one week extension (but the next exercise is already running during that time so you have to catch up quickly).
iLabX is completely remote. To do the block course you will you the same environment for the tasks as during the MOOC - the vLab. The collaborative part is realized via screen sharing.
You can find the current schedule here.
Technical equipmentiLabX runs on your device, you will be provided a VirtualBox appliance that you can import on your machine. Make sure that you have a machine with an x86 architecture, at least 1GB of RAM and 1GB of memory.
Information on applying for this lab course can be found here.
To which modules does this course belong?
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