The College provides fresh beginnings and infinite possibility for prospective students in order to meet the current yearning of robust and technology-based service delivery at all levels of education through contemporary engagement and digital teaching, research and global reach.

Electricity and Magnetism

This course is designed to give students an understanding of the properties and applications of static electric and magnetic fields. The intent is to give the students the ability to solve practical problems involving fields, forces, and energy, and simple boundary value problems. In addition, the course develops the concepts of circuit theory from the fundamental field relationships, and discusses capacitance, resistance, and inductance from a fundamental point of view

  • Teacher: Living Ounyesiga
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College of  Education Lecture Notes

The College of Education Open, Distance and E- Learning is one of the pioneer colleges since the inception of the University in August 2001. The College has expanded in many aspects including an increase in the number of students, lecturers and teaching facilities.

The College provides fresh beginnings and infinite possibility for prospective students in order to meet the current yearning of robust and technology-based service delivery at all levels of education through contemporary engagement and digital teaching, research and global reach.

In this module, you will find CEODL Lecture Notes 1, 2,  and 3 for your download and use.

 


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