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  1. National CyberWatch Center http://www.nationalcyberwatch.org
  2. Information Technology Education Center of Florida (iTEC) http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=0331955
  3. Convergence Technology Center (CTC) http://www.connectedtech.org/
  4. Cyber Security Education Consortium (CSEC) http://www.okcareertech.org/about/initiatives/cyber-security
  5. South Carolina Advanced Technological Education National Resource Center (SC ATE) http://www.scate.org/

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  1. Meeting Workforce Needs for Mechatronics Technicians http://webs.purduecal.edu/technology/meeting-workforce-needs-for-mechatronics-technicians/
  2. Infusing General Education Into Technical Education (IGNITE) http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1003709
  3. Serving Industry Through Education: Student Mentoring and Research Techniques http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Resources/aaccprograms/ate/Documents/04_DelawareTCC.pdf
  4. Aerospace Manufacturing Education (AME) http://aerospacemfg.org
  5. Hybrid/Future Power Technology http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1003570

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View Resource NACK Webinar: Nano Applications in Today's World

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This is the recording for the Nano Application in Today's World that was presented on September 24, 2010. You must be a registered user of NetWorks to view. (Simply hit "Request Account" if you are not yet a registered user.) Nanotechnology has often been thought of as playing a key role in the next industrial revolution. Nanotechnology is not an industry; it is an enabling technology that is...

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View Resource Webinar (for mobile): Best Practices in Distance Learning

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This is the recording for the Best Practices in Distance Learning webinar that was presented on September 10, 2010. This version is for mobile devices. WiFi is best for viewing. Distance Learning provides a viable alternative to face-to-face instruction. This archived presentation aims to help instructors increase student involvement, retention, and success by engaging them online with proven...

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View Resource Challenge And Opportunity: Rethinking the Role and Function of Developmental Education in Community College

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This paper reviews evidence on the number of students who enter community colleges with weak academic skills, and are referred to developmental education. The author traces the progression of students through the developmental sequence and into college-level classes, reviews research on the effectiveness of developmental education, and briefly discusses the cost of these programs. Despite its...

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View Resource Solid State Student Guide: The Role of Devices in Systems Lab

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Electronic devices provide the critical enabling technology for today’s advanced systems. Their performance and limitations depend on a long and complex chain of features that stretch from materials to system architectures. The purpose of this module is to demonstrate some of these features through reverse engineering.

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View Resource DC/AC Student Guide: R2R Ladder Network

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R2R Ladder Networks provide a simple and inexpensive method of converting digital information to an analog signal. The R2R ladder circuit is a very common piece of almost all Digital-to-Analog converters. By understanding how the R2R ladder system works, a better understanding of Digital-to-Analog converters can be had.

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