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Electrical Engineering Online Resources I've Found

by RJ Sundseth
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Description:
Hopefully, over time, I can put together enough information and resources together to teach others what I am going to start studying in January 2009. I am going to start on another undergraduate degree, this time in EEG, and I predict that this formal study will help me put together the appropriate online resources to help others with the same interest.
Prerequisites:
None, at the moment.
Pedagogy Approach:
Self-taught. Self Paced.

Authorized users only:


1.

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering I


Added 10/26/2008
Introduction to Electrical Engineering textbook by one of the instructors who works and writes textbooks for the open courseware on Utah State University's website.
2.

Games for Basic Electronics Skills


Added 11/03/2008
Games are a great way to memorize things necessary to a particular discipline.
3.

Mathematics Tutorials and Problems (with applets)


Added 11/03/2008
Much of and EEG degree is math. This resource helps all of those who are in math, ranging from pre-calc and calculus to statistics,
4.

Sigma Xi Undergraduate Science Education Resources


Added 11/03/2008
"This web page offers links to sites addressing undergraduate education reform, inquiry-based learning and other related topics. Topics include Field Specific Sites: Biology: Molecular, Genetic, Evolutionary; Chemistry: General, Organic, Biochemistry; Physics: General, Astrophysics; Technology: Computer Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics; plus More General Resources: Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Sites; Journals Related to Education Reform; Associations, Projects, Institutions at the national, regional, and local levels; Documented Case Studies and Ideas." -Sigma Xi
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