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TI Designs    
TI Designs is a library of system and sub-system solutions, created by TI product and system experts, spanning TI’s broad portfolio of analog, embedded processor and connectivity products. Share this resource with your students to jump start their classroom project designs!
  • Extensive reference design library of ~150 TI Designs with more to be added regularly. They are comprehensive, with each including test data, a schematic or block diagram, bill of materials (BOM) and design files. Many also include models, software, code examples, design guides, evaluation modules and more!
  • Support a broad array of applications in markets such as industrial, automotive, consumer, communications and computing.
Visit to search the TI Designs reference design library.

TI makes it easy to adopt our parts and tools into your courses, curriculum and labs with various training material. The TI University Program coordinates educator specific workshops at conferences or independently.  Educators also have the ability to get access to the same training materials that we provide to our customers.  Many of our on-site training classes are offered to educators for free or at discounted prices. With the breadth of our portfolio, TI provides a multitude of training options to meet your needs. Getting Started Guides Teaching Materials

Have questions on how to implement TI into your design?  Want to connect with a TI engineer and get direct support?  Then the E2E Community is for you.  TI's online E2E (engineer-to-engineer) community allows you to view videos, read blogs or access our Tech Support forums.  You'll see all of our available forums, organized by product line, listed under Support on the top left of the page.  Browse the forums to find existing questions asked by other engineers or post your own question.  A TI engineer or other forum member will answer most questions in less than a day, and we have over 100,000 posts available for easy searching already. If you need directed support around your course, curriculum or lab, please contact your regional University Program manager via our Contact Us page.

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