Document Type

Conference Paper

Version Deposited

Published Version

Publication Date

6-15-2014

Conference Name

2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition

Abstract

It is very important that undergraduate teaching of analog circuits be rigorous, involve a laboratory component and stimulate student interest. This paper describes a three week module on active circuits that incorporates circuit design, analysis and testing. The lectures are integrated with the laboratory component and all appropriate concepts in mathematics are covered. Assessment results are based on running the project at three universities, namely, Rowan, Bucknell and Tennessee State. Quantitative results based on student surveys, a concept inventory test and faculty formulated rubrics demonstrate the accomplishment of the learning outcomes.

Comments

Copyright 2014 American Society for Engineering Education. Paper may be viewed at: https://peer.asee.org/20023

Published Citation

Ramachandran, R. P., Dahm, K. D., Kozick, R. J., Nickel, R. M., Shetty, S., Polikar, R., Tang, Y., & Chin, S. H. (2014). Active Analog Circuit Design: Laboratory Project and Assessment Paper presented at 2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana.

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