Intro to Arduino Electronics - 3 part series Monday, Thursday, Friday
Fully virtual introduction to electronics using the arduino platform using an online simulator. No previous experience in electronics or computer programming is required.
This 3 part workshop will cover the basics of getting started with Electronics using Arduino
--REGISTRATION REQUIRES ATTENDING ALL 3 SESSIONS--
- Session 1 Monday at 10am-11:00am: Introduction to Arduino Platform and Online Simulator, present resources available in Arduino community, introduce the online simulator and arduino computer chip, and complete a simple light blinking example to get started.
- Session 2 Thursday at 10am-11:00am: Intro to Computer Programming, teaches essntial concepts in computer programming such as variables, conditional statements, and data types. Complete a more advanced project emphasizing those concepts as well as good programming practices.
- Session 3 Friday at 10am-11:00am: Into to Electronics Components. Will introduce electronics concepts of grounding, digital input/output, analog input output, using electronics components of distance sensor, light sensor, servo motor, and buzzer.
Please let us know if you would like us to cover any specific electronics topic or application, such as use in a laboratory class, when signing up.
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The Resources for the workshop are posted here here
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