This paper presents some results of an exploratory study carried out with the
collaboration of students, whose aim was to examine the teaching potential of a selfdeveloped
remote lab, called “Electronic Physics Remote Lab”. The remote lab
allows us, among other things, to test different kinds of diodes and transistors.
Students of Electronic Engineering attending Physics IV have been asked to use the
remote lab for the development of the following activities: a) to study the development
of different junctions and infer about their constructive features and b) to obtain
parameters of the devices under different test conditions, and to explain the behaviors
observed from the point of view of the physical processes. Besides, students prepared
test reports of the remote lab.