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This website is one of the main sites for control engineering with a range of articles and information to keep you up to date in your field.
Control Engineering Europe
This is the European version of the above.
A very useful list of Instrumentation Tool categories. Recommended by your tutor.
Learnabout Electronics by E. Coates
Eric Coates provides lesson modules for a range of electronics sub-topics. Including: digital electronics, circuits & resistors, AC theory, amplifiers, oscillators and so on.
The Measurement Standards Laboratory of New Zealand
The Measurement Standards Laboratory of New Zealand (MSL) is New Zealand's national metrology institute, ensuring that New Zealand's units of measurement are consistent with the International System of Units, the SI.
Socratic Instrumentation by Tony R. Kuphaldt
Tony R. Kuphaldt provides a range of useful resources on the topic of industrial instrumentation. Including a link to his textbook which is constantly being updated and improved (make sure you use the 'stable' version). There are also some interesting examples of what 'not to do!'.
A range of electronics tutorials that allow you to explore the contents in whatever order you wish with the emphasis on providing good basic electronics tutorials starting at the absolute beginners level. While all of the information presented within these tutorials is believed to be accurate, you are encouraged to consult other sources for additional information or clarification.
Need help evaluating websites?
Search engines like Google can be a great way of quickly finding lots of information relevant to your study. However, you have to be careful which websites you use. Use this CRAAP test guide to help you evaluate websites you find.
Have you tried using Google Scholar? Google scholar takes you to academic articles online. Check out this useful guide.
Here are some videos to help you to use the Internet effectively.
Google Scholar includes most peer-reviewed online journals of Europe and America's largest scholarly publishers, plus scholarly books and other non-peer reviewed journals.
The CRAAP Test
The CRAAP Test is a list of questions to ask yourself about information you find online. It can help you sort the good from the bad.