Material type: Problem-based learning student handouts and instructor resources
Maintained by: The Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware
In this peer-reviewed online resource, educators have the opportunity to submit and publish their own problems and articles on problem-based learning.
Audiences: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate, Adult and professional
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Material type: Simulation
George Watson, Becky Kinney
This simulation allows students to build a virtual circuit using resistors and batteries from the file drawers. Users can also measure resistance, voltage and current by clicking on any element within the completed circuit. A great way to explore.
Faculty Sponsor: George Watson
Primary Audience: High School, College Introductory Electronics