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View Resource Green Collar Jobs in America's Cities: Building Pathways Out of Poverty and Careers in the Clean Energy Economy

This PDF from the Center On Wisconsin Strategy (COWS) is a companion piece to the state-focused Greener Pathways Report, Green Collar Jobs in America's Cities: Building Pathways Out of Poverty and Careers in the Clean Energy Economy. The document offers a metropolitan green business and jobs development plan. This city-focused guidance, prepared by the Apollo Alliance, Green For All, Center for...

View Resource Connecting a Home theater System

Welcome to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Connections Guide. The purpose of this program is to help you learn how to connect various audio-visual components, and how to incorporate them into your existing home theater or stereo component system.

View Resource Mechatronics Lab Activities and Other Resources

This is the companion website for the textbook "Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems" by David G. Alciatore and Michael B. Histand. It includes a list of lab activities and video demonstrations, as well as other resources.

View Resource Educational Vacuum Trainers

Have you inherited a bell jar vacuum system and are scratching your head over how to set it up or are unsure of its operations or capabilities? Or do you want to do more with your bell jar vacuum? The forum on Bell Jar Vacuums - with the topic Vacuum Trainers can help you. The intent of this forum is for this to be a place where technical issues, classroom exercises, activities, etc. can be...

View Resource Digital Circuits Open Source Textbook

This open source book on WikiBooks will serve as an introduction to Digital Circuits. This book relies heavily on the concepts of Discrete Math, but will not require any previous knowledge of the subject because all necessary math concepts will be developed in the text. This book does assume a knowledge of basic electrical principles such as current, voltage, and resistance, so the reader may...

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