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from Odyssey Board Education

Public school teacher for 20 years. Actively taught physical computing to all ages and levels.

Arduino microcontrollers are powerful platforms for circuit prototyping. Improving the usability of its necessary components and giving it physical structure improves learning and makes it more attractive to a wide range of interests. Chad Norman and Terri Sligar are public school teachers in Mount Vernon, WA. After years of teaching Arduino development to middle school, high school, and college students, a versatile and interactive system was developed. The Odyssey Board prototyping platform allows for artistic, creative, and functional system development. The kits consist of an Uno microcontroller with a new pin layout. This bus system reduces or eliminates the need for a breadboard. From a 3-D printed base, dowels rods and hex shaped jumper sockets are used to build and prototype systems with a wide range of open source sensors and actuators. Attendees will work with kits to build a range of Arduino systems.

Date:
2018 April 29 - 02:30
Duration:
2 h
Room:
CC-202 TUT2
Conference:
LinuxFest Northwest 2018
Language:
Track:
Education
Difficulty:
Easy

Happening at the same time:

  1. Improving Arduino Education
  2. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-202 TUT2

  3. I wanna be the guy (or gal) 5 years later
  4. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    G-103

  5. Open Source at the IEEE Standards Association
  6. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-114

  7. Pseudo-Bundle based packaging for CLI & Desktop (SquirrelPM)
  8. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-236

  9. What a sys-admin needs to know to troubleshoot Wayland.
  10. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-200

  11. "I have nothing to hide": threats to privacy in our society
  12. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    HC-108

  13. Cover Your AWS: Securing Evergreen at MongoDB
  14. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-208

  15. Why We Can't Have Nice Things (and how to fix it)
  16. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-115

  17. Entropy
  18. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-235

  19. Making Chiptunes on a Raspberry Pi
  20. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-201 TUT1

  21. Linux Professional Institute: Exam Lab - Session 1
  22. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    HC-112 LPI

  23. Flyway – Database migration made easy
  24. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    HC-103 Postgres

  25. Build and Program Your First Arduino Robot
  26. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    CC-234 BAIRS

  27. openSUSE Mini-Summit
  28. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 02:30

    Room:
    HC-104 openSUSE

  29. ROSECODE
  30. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    G-103

  31. Don't Fear the Patent Clause!
  32. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    CC-114

  33. Incident Response with Live Linux Forensics
  34. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    CC-200

  35. Privacy on the blockchain
  36. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    HC-108

  37. Hybrid multi-cloud infrastructure as code using Terraform
  38. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    CC-208

  39. Arduino, ESP8266 and 433 Mhz Devices
  40. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    CC-236

  41. Old Dogs & New Tricks
  42. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    CC-115

  43. Using osquery via Fleet for Client/Server visibility
  44. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    CC-235

  45. Picking Up the Pieces, Issues And Challenges Controlling Your Data
  46. Start Time:
    2018 April 29 03:45

    Room:
    HC-103 Postgres