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Course Name: Analog electronics – Robotics, learn by building
Subtitle: Learn robotics by building robots! Module 1: Introduction to electricity and analog electronics
Instructor: Taught by Ian Juby, Instructor of many fields
Subcategory: Math & Science
Provided by: Udemy
Price: $30 (before discount)
Free coupon code: See above (no charge for coupon)
Review info & popularity
As of July 20, 2016…
Students: 1604 students enrolled
Ratings: 30 reviews
Rank: ranked #29 in Udemy Academics Courses
Brief course description
With over 1,600 students enrolled, this module is the first of five on how to build robots. In this module 1 course, you will build electronic circuits, actually make some electronic components from scratch, learn about electricity, soldering skills, and basic analog electronics. You’ll need some basic math skills and that’s it! No prior knowledge of electricity of electronics is required, and yet by the end of this course you’ll have built functioning electronic circuits like light flashers, sound effects, and controlling the roboticist’s best friend, the servo motor which is a motor that turns to a specific direction at your command. All courses have closed captions for the hearing impaired.
(Read more about this course on the official course page.)
Ian Juby bio
I’ve been an instructor in science and technology for 30 years. I got my start teaching at a science camp when I was 16. At the time, it was the only camp of its kind in the world. Many of the programs were developed by myself personally as I was the right-hand man of the owners, working there 21 of the 23 years it ran before the owners retired. I also taught technology at the high school level for 10 years. I am a graduate of robotics engineering from Canadore College, North Bay, Ontario, though my interests have gone far beyond robotics, having written multiple scientific papers, published in peer reviewed journals and a book, wrote a book on video production, and am currently a railroader, working for Canadian National Railroad in Ontario. I produced a video series on how to read Canadian railroad signals which is now being used in conductor courses to instruct the students on how to read the signals. I traveled on the road for ten years with a traveling museum I collected and constructed, speaking on the creation/evolution debate and have produced and hosted a television show on the topic for five years now.
(Learn more about this instructor on the official course page.)
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Final details for this Udemy course
Languages: English, captions
Skill level: All Levels
Lectures: 50 lessons
Duration: 9.5 hours of video
What you get: develop and build analog electronics circuits
Target audience: Intended for beginners and those with some experience in electronics and hobby robotics
Requirements: Basic math skills, as well as some basic tools and electronic parts (parts & tools list is in the first lesson)
Access: Lifetime access
Peace of mind: 30 day money back guarantee
Availability: available online, as well as on iOS and Android
Download options: check course to see if you can download lessons