This is a set of simple tools to allow students to better understand some of the very basic concepts in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. They are not at all exhaustive and are chosen to fit the material taught by Alan Murray in the School of Engineering in the first-year courses Engineering 1 and Electrical Engineering 1.
This is a set of simple, almost crude, e-learning tools, still under development by Alan Murray, to support electromagnetics teaching in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. The tools are based around easily-available programmes such as Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint to maximise their usefulness on computers without exotic software.
This is a simple implementation of logistic and exponential population growth assembled for 2018's Learning and Teaching Conference.
It has nothing to do with Electronics and Electrical Engineering, but please feel free to play with it!
It took about an hour (ie a quiet lunchtime!) to assemble.