Scott says "I saw that link to the Cornell course web site today and I though you might be interested in the course web sites of Purdue. I have taken all of these classes and there is some good information in each of these."
More after the jump
This is the page for our introduction to digital design course. Here there is good stuff on digital logic, and some other background information.
This is the page for our microcontroller system design and interfacing course. Here are the "baby steps" into the HC12 architecture, and lots of information on the peripherals and how to use them.
Here is our senior digital design course web site. (I am actually in this course now and am in team 10, take a look if you’re interested) This page has a ton of practical information about digital design issues and has archives of many years of senior design projects. There are usually complete schematics and source code for all the projects, as well as lab notebooks tracking the progress of each project.
Scott suggest that there would be many university sites with useful information and there should be some way to find them better. Does anyone know of a site that list these specific kind of resources? Maybe uCHobby can host a list of university class sites related to microcontrollers and electronics. We have the first two now and we would love to see more.