Input your registered email address to reset your password
University of Hong Kong
From digital computers, smart mobile phones, Apple watch to many modern gadgets and intelligent robots, electronic technologies have become an indispensable part of our everyday life. In order to make informed decisions as to whether we should adopt these ever-changing electronic technologies, we have to develop a basic understanding of the principles, “substances” and cost-benefit considerations behind them. This course aims to: (i) arouse students’ general interest in science and technology, particularly with regard to current “high-tech” electronic products that they encounter everyday; and (ii) enable students to develop critical intellectual enquiries concerning existing and latest technologies they encounter in their everyday lives through lectures, discussions and hands-on experimentation. At the end of the course, students will not only be able to recognize how electronics works, but also be able to understand its social implications, as well as to develop critical thinking and to carry educated discussion about merits and common misconceptions associated with new technologies. The hands-on experiments will also allow the student to have the experience and some confidence in handling electronic components to solve a real problem using electronic technology.
You have to signup an account to view this content. Sign Up Sign In
Identify key merits of a new technology.
Tutorial exercises Essay
Group experiments Quizzes
Group project report Group project presentation
it is for engineering student I would say. boing lecture but you can make robotic car in the tutorial
Tutorial attendance and participation
Group experiments based on electronic technologies
Group project report
Group project presentation
Daily electronics, mainly focus on how to use integrated circuit, like arduino
10% Tutorial exercises, 10% Essay, 20% Group experiments, 10% Quizzes, 40% Group project report, 10% Group project presentation
electronic engineering related
30% group experiments
40% group project
If you have any inquiry on RegCourse, please drop us an email. We will get back to you very soon.