ELEC 305 is a junior level EE course on device physics. As part of the course assignments every Spring semester, small teams of students are asked to make short videos on a topic related to device physics, integrated circuits, transmission lines, or antennas for an audience of college students in an online course such as those offered by Coursera or the Khan Academy. The goal of the video assignment is to explain how something works and to apprise viewers of real world-applications.
- DMC Support: The DMC offers in-class training that covers DMC resources (audio/video equipment, audio/video editing software), recording and editing tips and tricks, ways to create whiteboard animations, etc., and provides assistance in post-production process. DMC staff are invited to judge the video competition based on the criteria course instructor provides.
- Sample Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmhU2BetJKA&index=5&list=PLG2Jx49pBj9Gd4Zi1uPoN3licgBFYsVyG&nohtml5=False