Collaborative science inquiry with the CoSci virtual lab
The CoSci Virtual Lab (https://cosci.tw/), standing for “Collaboration” and “Science Learning”, is developed by Professor Chen-Chung Liu (National Central University), Emeritus Professor Fu-Kwun Hwang (National Taiwan Normal University) and Professor Francisco Esquembre (Universidad de Murcia). The CoSci Virtual Lab allows students to conduct physics experiment collaboratively and to explore and examine their science ideas with more than 100 physics simulations.
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