Career and Technical Programs - Spring 2012
COURSE OUTLINE -ELT 2254 ELECTRONICS
Wednesday 1:00 PM - 1:25 PM,
Lab 1:25 PM - 2:15 PM
Instructor: Jim Gibson
Office Phone: (815) 224-2720 ext. 453, 455 (lab), 557 (Lab)
Home Phone: (815) 925-7481
Office: D - 107A
Office Hours: W only 2:30 PM - 5:50 PM
3:00 PM - 5:50 PM.
By appointment as needed.
Course Description: A Capstone course applying knowledge from basic DC
and AC Electronics, Digital, Solid State and automation and the award winning
MIMIC project. 1/2 hours lecture and one
(1) hour lab are needed each week.
Text: Parallax Starter Kit (Rev D, BS1, or BS2) Model
Manual. with Starter Kit
with Starter Kit
Prerequisite: Majority of ELT course work done.
Course Objectives: Upon successfully completing this course,
the student should have a basic working knowledge of the following:
90 to 100 = A Labs 50%
80 to 89 = B Quizzes and Tests 00%
70 to 79 = C Final
60 to 69 = D
STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND ALL CLASSES REGULARLY. IF ABSENCE FROM CLASS IS UNAVOIDABLE, IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO EXPLAIN THE ABSENCE TO HIS INSTRUCTOR AND ARRANGE TO COMPLETE ANY WORK MISSED.
IF AN INSTRUCTOR FEELS THE NUMBER OF ACCUMULATED ABSENCES IS INTERFERING WITH THE STUDENT'S PROGRESS AND ABILITY TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE COURSE, THE STUDENT MAY BE DROPPED FROM THE COURSE WITHOUT NOTICE.
you miss more than 1/15 of the contact hours bad
things will happen. ( You or your grade may be
( You or your grade may be dropped )
CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE: IVCC has adopted official policies which address student rights, academic integrity, and student code of conduct. These policies are outlined in the IVCC Student Handbook and they address such things as cheating, harassment, and verbal abuse. The listing will serve as a guideline for our class in terms of what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior. Please review the policies when you have time.
CHEATING POLICY: Cheating is not tolerated and any student caught cheating will automatically receive a ZERO for that exam or quiz and may be withdrawn from the course.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: If you are a student with a cognitive, physical or psychiatric disability you may be eligible for academic support services such as extended test time, texts on tape, note-taking services, etc.... If you are interested in receiving academic support services, please contact the Special Populations Office at 224-0284, office B-204 and inform your instructors. Also, please speak with me during the first week of class so I can offer any assistance as your instructor.
Spring 2012 SCHEDULE
Quality / Stamp
Second Week: Jan
Fourth Week: Feb 1
Ohms law – Current Sourcing
Ohms law – Current Sinking
Sixth Week: Feb
Edible car contest
Edible car contest
Seventh Week: Feb 22
Optical Isolation. / More Meters and Applications
Eighth Week: Feb 29
Review of 1st 6 weeks
Ninth Week: March 7
Mid termLab exam !
Twelfth Week: March 28
Spring Break - No Class
Thirteenth Week: April 4
I / O Modules
Fifteenth Week: April 18
Sixteenth Week: April 25
Seventeenth Week: May 2
Eighteenth Week: May 9
Final Project /
Presentation due !!!