Remote Hub Lab



RHL-BEADLE Logo by Florence Atienza

What is it?

The RHL-BEADLE Project is an introductory laboratory-based curriculum which enables learners to understand digital logic and to design digital systems with no prior experience.

The curriculum currently consists of seven separate lab activities (Labs 0-6) which introduce new concepts and provide guided practice using illustrative examples and remote hardware. 

The curriculum includes the following labs:

Note: Instructors adopting the BEADLE curriculum can contact us with their institution’s email and a link to their faculty profile page, for the solution manual. Please contact us at

What does “BEADLE” stand for?

The acronym “BEADLE” stands for “Bringing Equitable Access to Digital Logic and Engineering.” 

What is the goal of the project?

The RHL-BEADLE Project seeks to reach and empower anyone who is curious about electronics, electrical and computer engineering, and digital logic concepts. 

From a research perspective, this project studies the scalability of remote engineering to provide equitable access to educational technologies, especially in a post-pandemic world.

What will learners gain from the curriculum?

Learners who complete this interactive lab series will gain skills and experience in the following engineering topics: 

  • Logic Gates and Operators
  • Truth Tables
  • Binary Numbers
  • Boolean Algebra
  • Karnaugh Maps (K-Maps)
  • Finite State Machines (FSMs)
  • SystemVerilog
  • Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs).

What is the license for RHL-BEADLE?

The license of this curriculum is 

RHL-BEADLE © 2022 by Rania Hussein is licensed under CC BY 4.0

Where can I access the curriculum?

You can view and download the RHL-BEADLE Labs at this link:

How can I contact you?

You can contact us at


This project is funded by Intel Corporation.