ATE Events — January 2022

Past

The three-day event will focus on the sustainability challenges and the innovative solutions to pursue. Presenters will highlight legislative and international efforts, innovations in the field of energy efficiency and Building Automation Systems, and strategies and opportunities for educators and industry. 

Organizers encourage college educators and students in building science and energy management programs; teachers of high school physics, technical, and engineering courses; and building engineers, technicians, and facilities managers to attend.

The Western Academy Support and Training Center winter conference is for information communication technology educators and their industry partners. Cost is $50 per attendee. This includes presentations, chat room discussions, raffles & on-demand access will be available until January 14, 2022.

This webinar is hosted by the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Community of Practice. In this presentation, Dr Daniella Levy-Pinto will talk about the experiences of being provided inaccessible journal articles, eBooks, and other scholarly materials. She will comment on the consequences badly produced reading material has for the blind community and the scholarly community more broadly. Daniella will then describe the work of the National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS). The work of NNELS to advance the born-accessible paradigm has been recognized by the Accessible Books Consortium, through the International Excellence Award on Accessible Publishing  in the initiatives category.  Daniella will highlight what librarians in all capacities can do to remove barriers to reading.

(6 days)

The Moscone Center747 Howard StSan FranciscoCA94103US

Experience the energy of Photonics West as everyone gathers for an exciting year in San Francisco. Get ready to enjoy real conversations, hear the latest breakthroughs, and make important connections in person. Hear cutting-edge research in biomedical optics, biophotonics, industrial lasers, optoelectronics, microfabrication, MOEMS-MEMS, displays, and more. Attend technical presentations, courses, two world-class exhibitions, plenary presentations, and a variety of networking activities. Meet up with the optics and photonics community at the Moscone Center.

Electronics, energy, construction, medicine, agriculture, consumer products, and even fashion are all benefiting from innovations at the nanoscale. STEM education cannot ignore this integral avenue of research and career advancement. Discover activities and content you can use to create your NGSS-aligned lessons or workforce development programming.

Free, virtual workshop on six consecutive Fridays from January 28 – March 4, 2022, noon – 2:00 pm ET, via Zoom. Asynchronous option available.