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Engineering Systems Technology Research Guide

A research guide for the Engineering Systems Technology courses.

Web Resources

  • MIT OpenCourseWare: Offers free lecture notes, exams, and videos from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) courses related to systems engineering, control systems, and other engineering topics. 
  • Khan Academy - Electrical Engineering : Offers free instructional videos and practice exercises covering fundamental concepts in engineering, including systems theory, and control systems. 
  • Coursera - Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism: Offers online courses, many of which are free, on topics such as robotics, industrial automation, and systems engineering, provided by universities and institutions worldwide. 
  • Google Scholar: A freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across various disciplines, including engineering systems technology. 
  • arXiv: A repository of electronic preprints (known as e-prints) approved for publication after moderation, covering fields such as physics, mathematics, computer science, and engineering. 
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST): Provides free access to publications, reports, and technical resources related to measurement science, standards, and technology. 
  • GitHub: A platform for collaborative software development, where you can find open-source projects, code repositories, and resources related to engineering systems technology, automation, and robotics. 
  • All About Circuits: A comprehensive online resource that covers various aspects of electronics and electrical engineering, including AC and DC circuits. 
  • Electronics Tutorials: Provides free tutorials, articles, and practical guides on electronics and electrical engineering topics. You can find detailed explanations of AC and DC circuits, along with circuit diagrams, calculations, and troubleshooting tips. 
  • CircuitLab: An online platform that allows you to design, simulate, and share electronic circuits. Some features require a paid subscription, but the basic circuit design and simulation tools are available for free. You can use CircuitLab to experiment with AC and DC circuits and visualize their behavior. 
  • AfroTechMods: A website run by an electrical engineer with 13 years experience in the circuit design and PCB manufacturing industry. 
  • GreatScott! via YouTube: A YouTube channel with over a million subscribers that posts beginner electronic tutorials, projects, and How To videos. 

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