EET Course Outline ELEC2133-2017-1.pdf

Will be required to show the working of your task for

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will be required to show the working of your task for each checkpoint and answer questions asked by the assessor to demonstrate your understanding of the ideas addressed within each task. The marking guidelines are provided in the laboratory manual. Students will work in pair, but be marked individually. Each student will be asked a few questions. There will also be a mark for the group based on demonstrating the required lab tasks. It is important that students take a good care of boards used in the laboratory. You will lose mark as a group if you destroy an IC component or a board because of negligence. If you carefully follow instruction provided in the laboratory manual and seek help from the lab demonstrators whenever in doubt, it is very unlikely that an IC or a board will be destroyed.
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It is essential that you complete the laboratory preparation before coming to the lab. The laboratory preparation will be marked and recorded by the laboratory demonstrators. Laboratory reflection You will be required to write an individual laboratory reflection at the end of lab I, lab II, and lab III. The reflection will allow you to summarize the main points you have learned from the lab, your learning experience and general feedback in doing the lab tasks. Detail on how to write and what to include in the reflection will be provided in week 6. The reflection does not have word limit but is not expected to be long and generally less than 500 words. It can be handwritten as long as it is legible. You will submit the reflection to the lab demonstrators in the lab after you are marked for the lab either in the same or following week. It will contribute 5% towards the overall mark. The assessment will provide you with the opportunity to reflect on the lab, and your learning experience. It will also help us to improve the delivery of the lab and better support your individual needs based on your experience and feedback. Laboratory Exam There will be a laboratory exam in week 13 and it contributes 5% towards the overall mark. The exam will assess students’ t echnical understanding of the laboratory experiments. Students will be given a design problem based on the laboratory experiments, asked to implement their design and demonstrate the working circuit. Assignment The assignments, which will consist of analysis and design problems, form 15% of the overall mark. There will be two assignments for this course due at the end of week 7 and 11. Late submission will attract a penalty of 10% per day (including weekends). The assignments will be released at the end of week 4 and 8, respectively, on Moodle. The assignments will consist of one or more analytical and design problems and students are required to provide a complete solution. Students will be expected to work independently on their implementation and be able to justify any unique design choices along the way.
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