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arduino prototyping for beginners covers
02
Jan
$397.00$297.00

30 Days to Arduino Prototypes

In this course, you will learn how to build, wire, and program your very own electronic device. This course is designed for Beginners looking to gain tangible technical skills in circuits, prototyping, and embedded programming. At the end of this course, you will be able to wire a breadboard, configure sensors to collect and interpret data, and write software to make decisions.

Who this course is for

We recommend taking this course if you have an interest in learning how to program electronic circuits. This course is designed for the absolute beginner. We will build an electronic prototype together through a series of video lessons. Students should have basic keyboarding skills, downloading/installing computer programs, and an interest in technology, coding, and electronics!

This course is great for K-12 independent studies, extracurricular activities, weekend hobby projects, homeschool STEM, or as a technical introduction for STEM educators.

Skills you’ll gain

Students will gain access to our 30+ lessons, quizzes, and projects using Arduino and electronics. You’ll also have instant access to our course instructors. Feel supported with your course work. We provide office hours for all of our students. Also, if you score 80% or better on the final exam, you will be awarded a Completion Certificate.

Course Content

Total learning: 24 lessons / 7 quizzes Time: 20 hours

Instructor

Liz has her degree in Robotics Engineering. With a wealth of experience in Controls & Automation for Manufacturing, Liz brings her creativity and passion for tech to the Learn Robotics blog. Learn Robotics is here to help high-performing individuals gain skills in robotics, electronics, and programming.

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$397.00$297.00
  • On-demand lessons
  • Build a Real Prototype
  •  Video Lessons
  •  Quizzes & Final Exams
  •  Language: English
  •  Certificate of Completion
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