Learn Circuits & Coding
Wire and program a working prototype.
Arduino for Beginners
By taking this course you’ll develop foundational coding and circuit skills that will help you develop electronic devices from start to finish.
Designed and produced in consultation with engineers and National Education Standards, our Arduino for Beginners Online Course should give you the practical tech skills to get a jumpstart on your career.
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Wire Prototypes using Schematics
Reading electrical schematics and wiring diagrams might sound overwhelming.
The modules in this course break down how to interpret wiring diagrams, what the symbols mean, and how to translate that into a wired prototype.
Gain Familiarity with Sensors & I/O
Sensors might be very confusing, but we walk you through the basics, starting with Inputs and Outputs (also known in tech-speak as “I/O”) and working our way through Digital and Analog signals.
If those terms are foreign to you, basically, we’ll teach you how to connect a device to the controller and talk to it with code.
Convert Ideas into Working Devices
We don’t just give you a bunch of projects to copy and paste the answers.
We guide you through a project start to finish and equip you with the process of starting from nothing and making a working electronic prototype.
Learn what components you need, how to wire up the circuit, and how to write code to communicate and make decisions with your sensors.
Liz explains stuff in a way that I understand better, even after paying for a four-year engineering degree. Must-take course if you’re trying to break through fundamental concepts without wasting a lot of time.
Join the Next Group of Innovators
Gain the Competitive Advantage You Need to Succeed
Add the certificate and projects from this course to your portfolio, resume, and college/job applications.
With extra time indoors, now is the perfect opportunity to advance your skills.
You should take advantage by picking up skills such as coding, electronics, and prototyping.