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View Resource Graphic of Wii Remote

Everyone seems fascinated by the Nintendo Wii- but do they understand the technology behind the fun? You gyrate, smack and box with the Wii controller, but how does it work? You can thank the invention of inexpensive accelerometers. Visit this page to see inside the Wii Remote.

View Resource Microscope Simulation

Here you can read and find out about different kinds of microscopes - what you can see in them and how to prepare specimens for a particular microscope. You can also try the four different microscope simulators and watch and compare images taken with phase contrast microscopes, fluorescence microscopes, transmission electron microscopes and scanning tunneling microscopes. Test your knowledge of...

View Resource The Problem-Based Cycle At-a-Glance

This page from the Problem-based Case Learning (PBCL) project provides an overview of the problem-based case learning cycle, or PBCL Cycle. The educational model is designed to be a compromise between a highly structured, instructor-focused learning environment and a non-traditional, student-focused classroom setting. The nine stages of the cycle are: course/business matching, framing, the...

View Resource Solid State Devices: Course Materials

This course provided by eSyst describes solid state devices. An introduction explains the traditional view and systems view of this topic. The course includes numerous instructor presentations and student guides. Topics for these include power amplifier class comparison, device pathology, and the role of devices. A detailed course outline, student learning outcomes, and links to additional...

View Resource DC/AC Circuits: Course Materials

This course provided by eSyst describes DC/AC circuits. An introduction explains the traditional view and systems view of this topic. The course includes numerous instructor presentations, student guides, and student learning outcomes. Additional materials are grouped by topic such as circuits, semiconductors, and wiring. Users must create a free, quick login in order to download the...

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