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Abstract Title: W06 - Teaching with Arduino
Abstract: A hands-on introduction to the Arduino programmable circuit board. The Arduino is a small self-contained micro controller platform that can be easily integrated into analog and digital electronics projects. Programmed in C++ and connected to a computer via USB, the Arduino eliminates many of the traditional hurdles that prevented practical micro controller use in the classroom setting.

You will learn how the Arduino works and how to integrate it with your curriculum on many levels. Arduino can fit in anywhere, from a first-year unit on electronics to an upper-division electronics course and senior research projects. If you are new to Arduino or new to teaching with Arduino, this is the place to start. There are several other Arudino workshops at BFY where you will be able to extend what you learn here.
Abstract Type: Workshop

Workshop Documents

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Workshop Document (2): Download the Workshop Document (2)

Author/Organizer Information

Primary Contact: Andy Dawes
Pacific University