This semester, a group of four of us from in or around the Sherman Centre are teaching an undergraduate course in the experiential learning track co-sponsored by the Integrated Science (iSci) and Arts & Science (ArtSci) programs here at McMaster. The course title is Electronics for the Rest of Us, and in a nutshell it’s a six-session course where the students learn the basics of the Arduino platform–both coding and electronics–and create a demonstration project. One of the deliverables we ask them to do is to write three blog posts along the way to describe what they’re doing, how it’s going, and how it worked out. We’ll be publishing them here on the Sherman Centre blog, hopefully with some pictures and ultimately with some links to code samples, wiring diagrams, etc.
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