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A range of high-quality resources for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science are available on the web. For subject specific resources look at these guides:

General Electronic Engineering links

  • All about circuits: An online community for electric engineers. Includes open access books and other connected material which can be accessed without membership.
  • Circuit Basics:
  • EDN Network: Community for engineers by engineers.
  • EE Times: Keep yourself updated with this online magazine.
  • EEVBlog: A popular blog/vlog created by David L. Jones, an electronics design engineer, from Sydney, focusing around technology and new development with the field.
  • Electric engineering and technology (Electrical4u): Freely available study site, which aims to move beyond the textbooks to explain concepts within electrical engineering. Includes a set of MCQ.
  • Electrical Engineering Portal: Regularly updated website, good for recent advancements in the field. Includes technical articles, free guides, electrical software and Excel spreadsheets for download. They also have an app available.
  • Electronic Engineering Stack Exchange: An electronics and electrical engineering question and answer site. You can also search by tags.
  • ETRICAL: Blog covering many aspects of electrical engineering. There are also 500+ interview questions and answers available. 
  • Engineering.com: A digital media resource, which aims to progress the field of engineering.
  • Hackster: In this community, users share open-source project tutorials, aiding in learning to design, create and program electronics. Particularly useful for mini-projects.
  • Hyperphysics: An exploration of physics through concepts maps, which also ties in with electronic engineering.
  • Learn about Electronics: A freely available website, which is aimed to support individuals who want to learn about electronics. It has chapters on many areas, such as circuits & resistors, semiconductors, AC theory etc.
  • MIT Opencourseware: Many useful free courses for Electronic Engineering students. Their free video lecture series around circuits and electronics can be of extra interest.
  • The Science Buddies: Comparing Engineering Design method with scientific research method, with the similarities and differences.
  • The Scots Guide to Electronics: A guide from University of St. Andrews to help in the understanding of components, circuits and the use of electronics for beginners.
  • The Spark Gap Podcast: A popular podcast covering "the nuts and bolts of embedded electronics". 
  • Upverter: A free cloud-based circuit board design tool.

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