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Online learning is a fun, enjoyable and very productive way to learn. Millions of people are learning online each year. You will engage with the instructor and other participants, as well as get to know them, and perhaps connect on future products and ideas that the class will inspire.
The class is broken down into 4 units. In each unit, you will:
Unit 1: What are Maker Electronics?
Unit 2: Basics of maker electronics: hardware
Unit 3: Basics of maker electronics: software
Unit 4: Fashion Tech
It is easy to participate in your online course. After you register, you will be given a web address to go to get into your online classroom. You will have a password and use your email address and password to gain access.
You can participate any time of day or evening. The online classroom is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There are no live real-time requirements or meetings. You decide when you participate. For the best learning, participants should log into the course on 2-3 different days of the week.
For the best learning experience, you should make one or more comments at 2-3 different times each week. The content (readings, audio lectures, slides) and self quizzes are accessible for the entire course, so you can work ahead, or go back and review again, at your convenience.
This is a UGC course and students will have the opportunity to earn CEUs upon course completion. Students who enroll through MatterHackers will be awarded a Learning Resources Network in Partnership with MatterHackers certificate.
Meet your Instructors: Joan Horvath and Rich “Whosawhatsis” Cameron
Horvath and Cameron are the co-founders of maker technology consultancy Nonscriptum LLC (www.nonscriptum.com) and previously were respectively VP of Business Development and VP of R&D at a small Kickstarter-funded 3D printer company. They collaborate on books for Apress, most recently “The New Shop Class.” Joan’s experience includes a 16 year stint in the aerospace industry, adjunct positions at several universities, and consulting in a wide variety of circumstances. She has degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT and an Engineering MS from UCLA. Rich is an open-source 3D printer guru who designed one of the early open source 3D printers, the Wallace, and later the commercially-available Bukito.
Recommended optional e-book:
Horvath, Hoge and Cameron, Practical Fashion Tech (Apress, 2016)