ee40lx electronic interfaces
I am always on the lookout for unique and informative ways to teach Electronics. When I enrolled in EE40LX over on edx.org I was not sure what to expect. Taught my Michel M. Maharbiz and Tom Zajdel from Berkeley, EE40LX – Electronic Interfaces is idea for anyone, young and old, to get started with basic electronics theory. The course is well laid out, materials are relatively simple to acquire, and pace is reasonable. Some content can be math heavy but there is plenty of help to go around as beginners to veterans like myself are aplenty.
EE40LX Electronics Interfaces is a fun and informative way to learn electronics theory. Throughout the course you skills and knowledge of electronics systems are tested and expanded. The objective of the course is to complete the robot project and have fun along the way.
The course is set up in a series of modules. Each module teaches a specific topic of theory, along with a component of the robot. Each module builds upon skills learned in the last. Once all the modules are completed, you will have your very own robot to play with.
I encourage anyone interested in electronics theory to check this course out.
ROB-ster was my final project submission: