ONLINE SCIENCE LAB FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS: A META ANALYSIS

Kirti Sharma

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This study attempts to do Meta analysis of research done in past decade on application of online labs in secondary school education. Further, a comparison is drawn between existing online lab repositories for ease of teacher and students. All the articles and journals under study were peer reviewed and retrieved from free access sources like Google scholar and ERIC. The aim is to highlight the trend of research methods, research tool used as well as to draw opinion of teacher and students about efficiency of online lab. This research contributes in understanding impact of online labs as well as need of online lab repositories in secondary school education system.

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Online lab, online lab repositories, secondary school science education

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