The ATE Central resource collection and archive contain curriculum, professional development materials, videos and other valuable resources created and collected by the ATE community. Browse the resource collection using the categories listed below, or search for ATE resources via the box at upper right.
The Piedmont Biofuels homepage provides access to information about small industrial production of biodiesel, biofuels educational programs at Central Carolina Community College, and volunteer opportunities in biofuels. The mission of Piedmont Biofuels is to encourage sustainabiility efforts in the development and production of clean, renewable fuels. Further information regarding research,...
The National Energy Technology Lab supports research on clean uses of fossil fuels, energy efficiency, and fuel cells. Fact sheets, technical reports, and journal publications can be downloaded from this site. This site has some information that would be useful as a reference for community college instructors and students. Nevertheless, the site would probably be more useful for those who have an...
Cleanup! is an educational software package that allows students to learn about hazardous waste site characterization and remediation. The software models a contamination scenario that students can experiment with and find solutions to the contamination problem.
This website, provided by the National Agricultural Safety defense, is a central repository of agricultural health, safety, and injury prevention materials for the agricultural community and especially for agricultural safety specialists. Resources and training materials are organized by topic.
This website is a multimedia program for all educators on educating for a sustainable future. It contains learning activities for teaching sustainability in specific courses and throughout the curricula. Themes and Modules provided here include: Sustainable Development Across the Curriculum, Interdisciplinary Curriculum Themes, and Teaching & Learning Strategies. "Interdisciplinary Curriculum...
This site provides information regarding the improvement of indoor air quality through increased ventilation, air cleaners for particle removal, and source control. It is divided into three sections, one for each of the three aforementioned strategies. An overview of the effectiveness of each strategy is provided, as are links to additional websites with more information.
Emergency Management Institute (EMI) provides a nationwide training program of resident courses and non-resident courses to enhance U.S. emergency management practices. This website lists the courses, programs, and activities offered.
This report, written by Miriam Pye, discusses the profitability of energy efficiency and pollution prevention for businesses. The author highlights how both of these topics are key to sustainable development and industrial ecology. The paper is available free as a downloaded PDF, however, one must create a free login to access it.
This website presents an animated "tour" of the basics of DNA and genes. Students will get the chance to learn more about DNA, genes, chromosomes, proteins, traits and heredity.
This map, provided by the Alaska Geobotany Center, displays the vegetation and associated characteristics of the polar region. Information on bioclimatic zones, bedrock, surficial geology, acidity of parent material, soils, hydrology, and remotely-sensed vegetation classification is included in the map. A link to download a printable version of the map is available on the website, in addition...
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