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Synchronous Course
EDA: Any
Status: Current Course Concluded (but the content remains available), next course likely April 2022.

This course teaches the basic skills needed to design and layout a printed circuit board on any EDA platform.  Course commitment is 2-5 hours per week of direct instruction and 2-10 hours per week of independent study/practice for 2 months.  Course content is a combination of informational/instructional content, live webinars, reading, hands-on activity, and peer review.  Participants who complete the course will possess the basic skills needed to start designing their own printed circuit boards using best practices in PCB Layout.  Content checkpoints are available that allow participants to jump back in if they fall out.  The design is based on the Raspberry Pi Pico Microcontroller

Instructors: Mark Hughes & Jesse Robinson

Synchronous Course
EDA: Any
Status: Current Course Concluded (but the content remains available), no future courses planned at this time

This course teaches the basic skills needed to design and layout a printed circuit board on any EDA platform.  Course commitment is 2-5 hours per week of direct instruction and 2-10 hours per week of independent study/practice for 2 months.  Course content is a combination of informational/instructional content, live webinars, reading, hands-on activity, and peer review.  Participants who complete the course will possess the basic skills needed to start designing their own printed circuit boards using best practices in PCB Layout.  The product of the course is a working LCD Badge based on the ATMega328U microprocessor, the BNO055 IMU, and several other sensors.

Instructors:  Mark Hughes & Bob Martin