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Electronics Online Resource

NetWorks provides venues for creating, sharing, and promoting digital resources and faculty professional development for semiconductor manufacturing, automation, electronics, and alternative renewable energies. The Digital Library contains over 1300 free classroom ready resources that are current, relevant, and easy to
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NetWorks provides venues for creating, sharing, and promoting digital resources and faculty professional development for semiconductor manufacturing, automation, electronics, and alternative/renewable energies. The Digital Library contains over 1300 free classroom ready resources that are current, relevant, and easy to implement into your curriculum. Top three resources for June: Circuitry Snacks, CreateTeeny Tiny Solar Insect Robots, and How to make a Foxhole Radio.

Networks is a National Resource Center funded in part by the National Science Foundation and headquartered at the Maricopa Community Colleges.

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