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Teaching with NI ELVIS III

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    Last Modified: May 14, 2018

    NI ELVIS III is used in hands-on laboratories for analog electronics, mechatronics, power electronics, measurements, instrumentation, digital communications, digital electronics, controls, and more.

    The NI ELVIS III has numerous interchangeable application boards and parts kits available, which have lab manuals that you can find at ni.com/teach/elvis-iii. These labs allow students to explore theory in the physical laboratory with a safe, in-depth experience. They allow students to apply the theory they learn in class through simulation, experimentation, and open-ended activities. By relating concepts and activities to real-world applications, the labs also encourage complex analysis and increased engagement.

    Each of these labs are available in both a Word Document version and an online interactive version. When developing curriculum, instructors can use the labs as they are or modify them to suit their needs. Instructors can request access to restricted content, which includes answer keys and complete LabVIEW code that cannot be viewed by students.

    To learn more about the different application boards, go to Using the Application Boards or visit NI ELVIS Application Directory.

    To learn more about NI's teaching resources, go to ni.com/teach.


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