Learners apply the principles associated with Boyle’s Law.
Derivative Control Mode Analogy (Screencast)
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated object, learners view a race of two boats as an example of how the derivative function of a PID controller shortens the time duration of an operation.
Series Circuit Analysis Practice Problems Part 1
By Patrick Hoppe
In this interactive object, learners solve for total resistance and current, the current through each resistor, the voltage across each resistor, and the power dissipated.
An Introduction to the Solderless Breadboard
In this learning activity you'll be introduced to the layout and operation of the solderless breadboard.
By Terry Bartelt, Pat Jensen
In this learning activity, we’ll explore the impact of electric shock on the human body.
Ohm's Law: Current
By Tim Tewalt, Patrick Hoppe
Learners study animated rheostat settings that show how current flow is inversely proportional to resistance. Ten review questions complete the learning object.
In this animated object, learners observe the operation of a J thermocouple with a cold junction. A table is used to convert the voltage it produces to a corresponding temperature. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Fahrenheit/Celsius Temperature Scales
Learners study the process of mathematically converting temperatures between the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales. A short quiz completes the learning object.
Temperature Emissivity of Non-Blackbodies
Learners study the effect of reflected and transmitted energy on the measurement of emitted energy by a non-blackbody. A short quiz completes the activity.
In this animated object, learners read about hydrostatic pressure and observe how it is used to measure the level of a material in a container.
Rehabilitation Act Section 504
Answer questions about Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act correctly to have a chance at playing the game.
Juvenile Justice Crossword
Terms for juvenile justice
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