Welcome to the ECE 2030 Web Page!
This web site provides resources that will help you get the most out of the class. Material included on this web site includes:
|This is the detailed outline of the class. Your professor may provide a lecture schedule that includes exam dates, etc.|
|This is a summary of the educational objectives of this class (i.e., What you should know when you complete the class).|
|This is the recommended readings for the class. Some are from the textbook while other are links to on-line material. Your professor may provide an modified list.|
|This gives digital design examples as CompuCanvas schematics. These examples help illustrate concepts presented in class.|
|This is a set of study problems to help refine your understanding on the course material. Solutions are provided to check your answers.|
|This is list of frequently asked questions and answers. This is a good place to look for answers to common questions.|
|This is a repository of previous ECE 2030 exams. It is organized by instructor, semester, and exam number. Exam solutions are normally provided.|
The material on this web site is organized by modules that contain a group of related topics covered in the class. So when you are looking for study problems related to Switch Design, you can access all of these problems in one place. A list of modules can be accessed on any page by clicking on . The selector page can also link you to material related to each module.
The navigation bar on the left help you locate interesting things in the site. It tells you where you are and can take you where you want to go. The and buttons move you between levels of the site. Your on the top level now (main). The next level is down is the site material, followed by the module level. The and buttons move you between site material (e.g., between and ) or between modules when accessing one part of the site (between Switch Design and Gate Design problems). The material and module names at the top of the navigator pane tell you where you are in the site.
Finally, this site supplements your learning in the classroom. If there are discrepancies between what you learn in class and what is included in this site, your professor and class are right. Use this web site to enhance your classroom learning, not replace it.
Here are the links to your professor's own class web page. Look here first!
|Abhijit Chatterjee||A||MWF 11:05am - 11:firstname.lastname@example.org|
|B||MWF 12:05pm - 12:55pm|
|Linda Wills||D||TR 9:35am - 10:email@example.com||Section D website|
|Sung Kyu Lim||E||TR 12:05pm - 1:firstname.lastname@example.org||Section E website|
|Joseph Hughes||F||TR 3:05pm - 4:email@example.com||Section F website|
The ECE 2030 GTAs are scheduled at the ECE help lab (VL C449A) during the following hours.
Questions and comments to Linda Wills
last revised on 23 Jan 2012 6:05pm