"Where can I learn Electronics?" ?

People are always asking the same question.
How can I tell them the best place without getting cut down for self promotion. (text published by mcgraw hill)?
I'm currently working on a set of videos to support the book. They'll  be posted on "instructables" and YouTube.
Dave C

jeff-o7 years ago
The Maker Shed sells lots of great books on learning electronics. They also sell the tools and equipment you need to do some "hands on" learning.
Tricky, I wouldn't say there is a "best" place online, because you can't teach it all. There are some damned good books which help, your solution isn't likely to be the "best", good, maybe, but electronic engineering is a very complex subject. What is "Electronics" in the sense you mean ? Will you cover microwave theory ? Smith charts ? S parameters ? or will you go to TeraHertz waves as well. My electronic engineering degree covered control engineering, heavy power electronics, microwaves and microcontrollers, and that was 25 years ago ! The field hasn't got smaller.