The Owl and Oregon boards are designed for STEM engagement of middle school and high school students.
We use the board at community colleges, high schools, and at various school camps and activities including Hour of Code and Girls Got STEM. Students learn the basics of soldering, circuit components, and programming.
For documentation on the usage of the Oregon or Owl boards, please review the documentation below.
Building the Owl
We use this board in the CST 231 – Digital Systems Design course to teach students how to build and program an FPGA based embedded system centered around the Xilinx Spartan 6.
For design files and documentation, please visit the github link below:
This board is used in CST 337.
Owlboard Jr rev1
This board was the initial revision of the Owlboard and Oregonboard and it is no longer used. For design and documentation files, please visit the link below:
Owlboard Jr rev1 Documents