Abstract

Curriculum reform in engineering education has become a salient landmark in higher education landscape worldwide. Notably, the prevalence of collaborative online initiatives has dominated the scenes of rehabilitation of teaching and learning techniques that are most appropriate for the technology-native new generations of students. In particular, developing countries in the Middle East constantly strive to develop sustainable long-term plans to confront challenges, harness opportunities and maximise benefits of international trends in order to open up and attain equity and access of higher education. Internet-based physical laboratories represent an eloquent paradigm for reform, cooperation and modernisation of higher education. A communication engineering laboratory shared by a number of universities in Jordan is such an attempt that may worth presenting.

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