EMRFD Message Archive 10867
Message Date From Subject 10867 2015-03-17 07:27:56 l_moline Electronics Courses
Does anyone have any electronics course outlines I could use to teach Basic Electronics in a class setting?
10868 2015-03-17 07:31:02 Gustavo V Re: Electronics Courses you have:(free pdfs)also73'sGustavoLU6AVM 10870 2015-03-17 07:56:51 Ashhar Farhan Re: Electronics Courses edx course on circuit design by anant agarwal is fantastic. it needs maths, though if that's alright.- f 10877 2015-03-17 08:58:44 Gene W5DOR Re: Electronics Courses
You might try my LINKS page. Down the left column there's a section of links to electronics tutorials. go to http://www.w5dor.com/W5DOR-Links.html
10890 2015-03-18 09:49:41 Alan Jones Re: Electronics Courses
Who is going to be your target audience?
The answer to that question will help guide your decision making process in choosing your teaching material.
1.You could do a google search for college course syllabus for basic electronics.
2.You could design your own course outline by using the ARRL Handbook or a License Manual. I am looking at my 1981 version of “The Radio Amateur’s License Manual” and there is a lot of good theory in there.
3. There is a course designed around the Elmer 101 materials: http://eksfiles.net/elmer-101-kit-building-materials/
4. If you have a vocational school in your community you could visit the faculty and ask for a copy of their teaching outline.
I am sure that other folks here on this list can make additional suggestions.
May you have smooth sailing in picking your course outline and I wish you success.