As a result of the global health crisis since the beginning of 2020, the decisions taken by governments have led to a sudden increase in distance learning. This situation forces students to be isolated during their learning and complicates their access to practice in technical fields. Laborem platform, which has been developed and regularly evaluated since 2011, allows students of the University Institute of Technology in Bayonne, France, (IUT de Bayonne) to do practical works in electronics remotely. Teachers can easily create web interfaces connected to multiple instruments. Since 2017, a new platform is used with open source hardware and software. To be attractive, both on the teacher and student side, the remote platform must be simple to set up and easy to access via a web client. Here, by varying the access schedule and having students work alone or in pairs, different use cases of an open source remote laboratory are evaluated and compared.