Remote Hub Lab

RHL-BEADLE


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 rhlab@uw.edu

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: https://rhlab.ece.uw.edu/projects/rhl-beadle

How can I contact you?

You can contact us at rhlab@uw.edu

 

This project is funded by Intel Corporation.