It can be a challenging and rewarding process to create an IoT / physical computer course. I’ve been fortunate to learn from great colleagues and resources so I wanted to share a few resources I’ve found helpful.Read More »Resources for Teaching / Learning Physical Computing
In a previous post I detailed some ways for creating open, accessible curriculum and my specific goals / requirements. I have now implemented a system for a new class so I wanted to do describe my approach. I don’t presume this is the best approach, but it (mostly) fits my requirements.
Course website: https://reparke.github.io/ITP348-Physical-Computing/
GitHub repository: https://github.com/reparke/ITP348-Physical-Computing
I’m teaching a new course in electronics / internet of things (IoT), and I would like to share the content publicly. In addition, I would like the content to be accessible for all users. As such, I’m looking to migrate from PowerPoint (which I really enjoy using). This post serves as a memory stone for myself of the options (circa Aug 2019).
Special thanks to Ryan Straight for all his suggestions!
Here are my preliminary findings. Note this is based on a couple of weeks of experimenting and subject revision.