Enrolled students will receive an automated email from the Registrar’s office with a JHU username and link to create a password. They can then use this information to access the latest course materials on Blackboard (https://blackboard.jhu.edu). Below are files from previous years that provide an overview of the course content.
Below is a link to the a sample syllabus for 2018.
The content that was covered on weekly quizzes in 2017 is given below:
Quiz 1 – Monday, July 3 – TOPICS
Quiz 2 – Monday, July 10 – TOPICS:
Quiz 3 – Monday, July 17 – TOPICS
Below are several past year quizzes. The format and quiz content have changed over the years, so be certain that you are reviewing appropriate material as indicated on the quiz content listed above.
You will need to use Internet Explorer or Firefox to get these java applets to work. In Firefox click the applet and you will have to allow it permission to run java. In IE, it will automatically pop up a permission window. The applets will not work in Chrome.
Binary logic elements are the basic building blocks for all digital devices. This project consists of creating logical circuits using elementary logic “gates” to effect computer calculations and robotic control. (Contributors: wak, mjk.)
Design a truss bridge. Specify loadings and support nodes, and obtain the tension and compression forces on each of its members. (Useful for many statics problems, as well.) (Contributor: mjk.)
Virtual Labs – Updated Versions
These versions of the virtual labs do not require you to download JAVA and will run on Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, and Safari.