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Pre-Engineering: Intro to Micro-controllers

by Michigan's MI Learning

This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.

Course Description

Pre-Enginering: Electronics with Micro-Controllers introduces students to simple circuitry and programming as they learn to use the Arduino platform. Students will learn simple programming concepts and also learn how to use a variety of basic electrical components.

After they complete the course materials my students are challenged to conceive of and construct a final project that involves Arduino. Many will simply use skills they've learned along the way, while others will need to learn more. Luckily there is a wealth of resources available for those students on the internet.

The course includes units and lessons delivered via web pages, videos, and ebooks. Each of the ebooks I created can be downloaded as interactive ibooks or epub. Each of these formats includes the videos for the unit. There is also a pdf version of each ebook provided for those who don't have the ability to access ibooks or epubs.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic.

I would heartily recommend this course as an introduction into the Arduino with some great stuff thrown in along the way.

Steve Dickie is one of those tutors who manages to keep things engaging and simple and I found myself racing through the course in a couple of weeks - half on the train to work, half with the Arduino by my side.

I now feel confident and educated and it was a real joy to go through.

As I say thoroughly recommendable. Try it!

(And Mr Dickie - please do some more! And thank you too)