The Arduino is a small inexpensive microcontroller that can be used in a wide variety of engineering, arts, and crafts projects. Any project that interfaces or interacts with the physical world can probably benefit from using an Arduino, with sensors, switches, lights, motors, or other control devices. Not sure what this means? Take a look here, or here.
This is a hands-on 6 day workshop where students will learn the basics of how to setup and use a microcontroller development system, and construct basic electronic circuits. No prior experience or knowledge is required. We are loosely following the online lesson plan at Adafruit.
Membership in Club125 is required. Course materials will be online (go green!). An additional $5 course fee is charged for for those that wish to have printed handouts. A small lab fee covers the expense of consumed components. Students may also choose to purchase their Arduino board or the entire project kit for use in their next project.
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