Analog, digital, and power electronics theory is foundational to engineering curriculum. Build improved understanding and projects with an approach that goes from theory to simulation to experimentation.
Rethinking Electronics Education
A project-based learning approach challenges students to think about how electronics operate and to build problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. Students can achieve a deeper understanding of circuitry and electronic devices faster with NI solutions to teaching electronics. The University of Virginia helps students achieve a deeper understanding of the interaction between signals and components through studio learning and a change to its curriculum. The result has been negative attrition, improved concept comprehension, and an increase in national ranking by 16 positions.
Engineering laboratory solution for project-based learning that combines instrumentation and embedded design with a web-driven experience, delivering a greater understanding of engineering fundamentals and system design.
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