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README.rst

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Introduction

WebLab-Deusto is a remote laboratory management framework developed in the University of Deusto. A remote laboratory is a software and hardware solution that enables students to access equipment which is physically located in a university, secondary school or research centre. There are many types of remote laboratories (for physics, chemistry, electronics...). What WebLab-Deusto does is:

  1. provide a set of APIs to develop new remote laboratories.
  2. maintain remote laboratories developed on top of WebLab-Deusto: manage users, permissions, user tracking, scheduling, etc.
  3. share remote laboratories developed on top of WebLab-Deusto: let other universities or secondary schools use your laboratories.
  4. use remote laboratories provided by other universities (such as the University of Deusto).

If you want to see examples of running laboratories, try the demo version at:

https://weblab.deusto.es/weblab/

License

WebLab-Deusto is Open Source and Free Software. It is distributed under the BSD 2-clause license (more info), as you may find in the COPYING file which is distributed with the software.

Documentation

Check the docs at:

https://weblabdeusto.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

Installation

The full instructions to install the development version are here.

Contact

For technical issues, please use the Google Group:

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/weblabdeusto

For contacting the WebLab-Deusto team, contact us at:

weblab@deusto.es

Professional services

LabsLand is a spin-off of the WebLab-Deusto project, and it provides consultancy services as well as commercial support:

http://labsland.com