RECET: Remote ECE Teaching
Focus on Hands-On Remote Lab Activities
Project RECET provides remote ECE teaching and learning materials and resources to share best practices across the teaching community with a focus on undergraduate and continuing education for non full-time students. The Project also collects data pertaining to the relevance, effectiveness, ease of adoption, and the impact of its support materials.
Motivation and Background
The overall goal of Project RECET is to help provide quality ECE education when fully online, and explore issues associated with blended online and in-person instruction for the future with an initial focus on introductory analog and digital circuits.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, ECE educators and students became more experienced with remote education, and learned that the choice between face-to-face and online instruction is not an either-or proposition. Most instructors and instititutions have come to realize that what COVID requires them to do should become at least part of the new normal to realize the best possible learning environment for their students. They have also learned the value of actively sharing course content with other institutions and industry.
The initial core group working on the proposal includes representatives from the University of New Mexico, NC State University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Analog Devices, the Inclusive Engineering Consortium, and the ECE Department Heads Association. We are seeking to broaden the group and assemble as extensive a set of materials as possible, and we welcome additional contributions.
Submitting and Using Materials
All materials hosted on this website are available for use under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial International 4.0 (CC BY-NC-4.0) License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/. To facilitate broad adoption, materials should have a minimum of institutional branding. Guidelines for the use of materials on external websites for which we provide links may differ.
If you would like to contribute materials to share with others under the terms of this license, please fill out the submission form available here. Questions? Please contact email@example.com.
Feedback, Suggestions and Comments
The Project RECET website is a work-in-progress. If you have general comments on the project or website that you cannot address through the feedback mechanisms provided, please feel free to email Ken Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org.