COLLEGE OF ROBOTICS

Joshua Shaw,
Director
joshua_shaw@hotmail.com



Introduction

The College of Robotics will test your knowledge of the theories and methods of robotics in science. The material present in the course exams cover real-life Robotics and has been gathered from the Encyclopedia Britannica and Wikipedia on the subject.

This is a fun yet informative College where you just might learn something along the way. Courses are derived from the accompanying manuals.

Important: It is vital that you make sure you keep a copy of your results and certificates as proof of completing COR courses. Do not rely on the STARFLEET Database or anyone else to verify that you have completed COT courses. The burden of proof is upon you, the student.


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Course Tuition

Course is free via email. For postal mail, a SASE (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) and two (2) loose First-Class postage stamps are required.


Curriculum

CORo-101 - Introduction and History
CORo-102 - Aspects of Robotics
CORo-103 - Robotic Components, Part 1
CORo-104 - Robotic Components, Part 2
CORo-105 - Manipulating
CORo-106 - Locomotion, Part 1
CORo-107 - Locomotion, Part 2
CORo-108 - Human-Robot Interaction
CORo-109 - Robotics Research, Dynamics, and Kinematics
CORo-110 - Robotic Terms and Definitions

Source Materials Needed

Source materials will be provided with each exam.

 


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