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          Teaching Circuits and Electronics

          Analog, digital, and power electronics theory is foundational to engineering curriculum. Build improved understanding and projects with an approach that goes from theory to simulation to experimentation.

          Rethinking Electronics Education

          A project-based learning approach challenges students to think about how electronics operate and to build problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. Students can achieve a deeper understanding of circuitry and electronic devices faster with NI solutions to teaching electronics. The University of Virginia helps students achieve a deeper understanding of the interaction between signals and components through studio learning and a change to its curriculum. The result has been negative attrition, improved concept comprehension, and an increase in national ranking by 16 positions.

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          Labs for Teaching Circuits and Electronics

          Explore circuit theory by getting hands-on with simulation and experimentation in these labs for the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) Engineering Lab Workstation.

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          Which License Is Right for You?

          Give your?team and your students?access to the software they need when they need it. Offered?in a variety of?types and sizes, NI Academic Site Licenses include?the?software, training, and services you need to accelerate discovery in and out of the classroom.