"[Learning is] a process of inquiry, not passive reception of transmitted content." (Malcom Knowles)
Rex N. Fisher Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, BYU-Idaho
Soldering Tutorial: Additional information (and better pictures of good and bad solder joints than in the "class notes"). Here is another tutorial. Also check out this information about how to repair PCBs.
PPT: High Reliability Soldering
PCB Design Tutorial
Using a Sharpie marker to make PCBs
ESD Info: Electrostatic Discharge can destroy your circuits!
Video Clip -- ESD
There is also an ESD Handbook.
Multimeters: Selection and measurements.
XYZs of Oscilloscopes: by Tektronix
S3E Board Reference Manual
S3E Board Schematics
Three labs that cover the design and simulation of a simple circuit using Verilog-HDL and how to download it into the S3E Board:
Basys Board Reference Manual
Basys Board Schematics
Three labs that cover the design and simulation of a simple circuit using Verilog-HDL and how to download it into the Basys Board:
NEETS: Navy Electrical Engineering Training Series -- Very good series of online books.
Practical DC Circuits: Online "book" with diagrams and explanations.
Practical AC Circuits: Online "book" with diagrams and explanations.
Practical Digital Circuits: Online "book" with diagrams and explanations.
EE on a Disk - Reference: DC and AC circuit analysis techniques using both passive and active devices.
All About Circuits: Online "book" covering math, chemistry, resistor color codes, circuit simulation software, etc.
Electronic Circuit Theory: Animated tutorial covering basic circuit analysis, capacitors, inductors, diodes and transistors.
Digital Data Sheets: Most of the parts you use in your ECE and EET digital classes.
Analog Data Sheets: Mostly for ECE and EET Semiconductor classes.
Capacitor Codes: Identifying capacitor values.
Resistor Color Code: Identifying resistor values.
Technician's Handbook: (U.S. Navy) Information such as commonly used formulas, data tables, etc.
Battery University: Discusses various battery chemistries (selection, maintenance, etc.)
Jameco This is a fast, inexpensive source for parts to use in your projects. I usually check this catalog first.
Digi-Key This parts catalog is more complete than Jameco, but also a little more expensive. I use this source a lot, too.
JDR Here is another catalog. This one has more computer products than the other two.