2018 Mini-grant Project

This project will create and pilot learning modules that will be Arduino-based. These modules will involve learning activities that develop knowledge required to build and program microelectronics to perform specific tasks. Students and faculty will collaborate to test and refine learning activities in Fall 2018 with the goal of implementing a pilot in one or more courses in Winter 2019. A related hackathon event where students will work in teams to find creative solutions to a themed challenge will be organized to promote these activities.

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Dawson Hackathon

This is a collaborative, interdisciplinary event where students work in teams to find creative solutions to a themed challenge.

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Knowledge and Skills Brought to the Project

Joel Trudeau has been creating, developing and running complex projects for multiple years and has demonstrated expertise in the relevant areas needed to realize the ambitions of this project.

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