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View Resource Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Curriculum Update with Industry

These are the slides from a webinar that was recorded October 1, 2010. FPGA usage has grown considerably across various industry sectors over the past few years. Digital design and other electronics components classes help fill the knowledge gaps that may be present, but true validation of this curriculum has not occurred until recently. Under an externship for the High Tech Workforce Initiative,...

View Resource Lessons In Electric Circuits Vol VI: Experiments

This is a free series of online textbooks on the subjects of electricity and electronics. Materials cover AC and DC circuits, semiconductor circuits, analog integrated circuits, digital integrated circuits and timer circuits.

View Resource Learning Modules in MEMS and Nanotechnology

This page from the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education provides a collection of learning modules on MEMS and Nanotechnology. The Learning Modules are made up of individual Shareable Content Objects (SCOs). There are many SCOs on each topic, arranged into SCO suites. The suites are collected in five broad subject areas: Safety, Introductory Topics, Applications, BioMEMS, and...

View Resource Jose Pino's Circuits and Information

This website has 27 projects that can be used for students or class activities in electronics. The instructions are easy to follow and provide step by step instructions. This site may only be created by a individual, but it still has credible ideas. Pino's projects are entertaining, while still be educational, for students.

View Resource A Rough Guide to Electronics

This website on electronics is set up to explain electronics, how it works, and how it relates to the mad lab parts for their electronic kits. The lessons are free and gives good basic information for the beginner. MadLab presents an absolute beginner's guide to electronics. Following this short course (7 lessons) will lead you from basic ideas about electronics right up to an understanding of...

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