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View Resource How To Use A Multimeter

In this video Bre Pettis and Joe Grand teach you how to use a multimeter! The video is a step by step presentation about how to use this piece of equipment. Overall, it is a basic introduction, but could be used for an introductory course in technical education.

View Resource Make Mousey The Junkbot

Mousey is a mouse made of scavenged materials. If you're not a scavenger you can also get the parts from solarbotics.com. This video, hosted by Bre Pettis, provides a presentation of how the robot should work, but linked from the video is a PDF which will provide even more detailed instructions. The PDF can be found for free at the iTunes store at MAKE Magazine: MAKE Podcasts. This a easy, cheap...

View Resource Intro to Breadboard Electronics

In this podcast, Bre Pettis shows you how to set up a breadboard for power and then play around with electronics on it. This is a great student project to learn basic electronics, it is easy to learn, yet complex enough to be challenging to most students. There is an accompanying PDF, which can be found for free, at the iTunes store at MAKE Magazine.

View Resource Create Teeny Tiny Solar Insect Robots

Another great student project, created by Make Magazine, is these solar insect robots. One of the great things about these little bots is that you can make them from scavenged materials. Use parts from broken electronics and bring them back to life as little robots! The PDF can be found for free at the iTunes store at MAKE Magazine: MAKE Podcasts.

View Resource Make Your Own Catapult Out of PVC Piping

This weekend, get some PVC and build a human powered catapult. Bre Pettis joins forces with Bill Gurstelle, seige weapon builder extraordinaire! This is a great student project for those who are interested in engineering. The PDF can be found for free at the iTunes store at MAKE Magazine: MAKE Podcasts.

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