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Engineering Education Webcast Series

Do Engineering! Engaging Students With Hands-On Learning

This webcast series explores the latest solutions for hands-on learning that engages students and puts theory into practice throughout the curriculum.

As technology continues to rapidly advance and the world becomes more interconnected, future engineers will need to be industry-ready to address tomorrow's challenges. In this free webcast series, explore the latest innovative technologies and comprehensive teaching solutions to incorporate practical, hands-on learning experiences into your curriculum, and equip your  students with the skills to succeed in research or industry.

 

“Do Engineering” in Circuits and Electronics

Learn how to give students the ability to move from theory to simulation to experimentation by combining hardware that is based on industry-standard technology with software and courseware.
Find out how to integrate the NI Multisim circuits teaching environment with a laboratory teaching platform and portable, student devices to provide a seamless path from textbook to lab results.

Enhancing Circuits & Electronics Education From Theory to Lab Investigation

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Additional Resources

 Enhancing Circuits & Electronics Education From Theory to Lab Investigation
 ‘Flipping' the Circuits Classroom Using NI myDAQ: Cynthia Furse PhD, University of Utah

“Do Engineering” in Measurements and Instrumentation

Introducing a radically practical approach to benchtop instrumentation. Five instruments, one device with intuitive software. Learn the benefits of incorporating VirtualBench into a teaching lab.

Experience Next Generation Instrumentation for Today's Teaching Lab

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Additional Resources

 Experience Next Generation Instrumentation for Today's Teaching Lab
 Increasing Concept Comprehension By Combining Lectures & Labs Using VirtualBench: Harry C. Powell PhD, University of Virginia

 

“Do Engineering” in Controls and Mechatronics

Discover how hands-on experience with the entire control design process readies students for engineering careers while simultaneously reinforcing theoretical concepts using an integrated controls education platform.

Creating an Engaging & Effective Learning Experience for Students in Controls

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Additional Resources

 Creating an Engaging & Effective Learning Experience for Students in Controls
 Bridging From Controls Courses to Final-Year Design with NI myRIO: Galen King PhD, Purdue University

“Do Engineering” in RF and Communications

Discover how to introduce software defined  radios as a hands-on platform into your wireless and digital communications courses using NI USRP™ (Universal Software Radio Peripheral).

Enhancing Wireless & Digital Comms Education Through Hands-on Labs With SDR

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