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  1. Automotive Manufacturing Technical Education Collaborative (AMTEC) http://www.autoworkforce.org/
  2. Regional Center For Nuclear Energy Education and Training (RCNET) http://gonuke.org
  3. Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Center http://www.maritime-technology.org/
  4. DeafTEC: Technological Education Center for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students http://www.deaftec.org
  5. Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center http://www.bestcte.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. Learning Product Design Through Hands-on Mechatronic Project http://www.mtccitytech.org/
  4. Serving Industry Through Education: Student Mentoring and Research Techniques http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Resources/aaccprograms/ate/Documents/04_DelawareTCC.pdf
  5. Aerospace Manufacturing Education (AME) http://aerospacemfg.org

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View Resource Webinar: Electronics Education Today

http://www.matecnetworks.org/webinars/pdf/electronics.mp4

This is the recording for the Electronics Education Today webinar that was presented on November 12, 2010. You must be a registered user of NetWorks to view. (Simply hit "Request Account" if you are not yet a registered user.) There is strong evidence that current courses and curricula in electronics technology programs are dated and clinging to past content that is no longer relevant...

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View Resource Webinar: Nanotechnology in Medicine

http://www.nano4me.org/webinar/NACK/4-29-2011%20Nano%20in%20...

This is the recording for the Nanotechnology in Medicine webinar that was presented on April 29, 2011. You must be a registered user of NetWorks to view. (Simply hit "Request Account" if you are not yet a registered user.) Nanotechnology applications in medicine offer some exciting possibilities. While some applications are still only far-fetched, others are at various stages of testing...

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View Resource Webinar: Teaching and Learning with i-Technologies: There's an App for That!

http://www.matecnetworks.org/webinars/pdf/i-technologies.mp4

This webinar that was recorded August 14, 2009. Are you looking for strategies to get your students excited about learning? Do you want to see a surge in programming and software development courses? How about an iPhone app to market your school or program? In this webinar, we explore iPhone and iPod Touch programming and the implications for mobile learning. Whether learning environmental...

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View Resource Webinar: Innovative STEM Resources

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This is the recording for the Innovative STEM Resources webinar that was presented on October 10, 2010. You must be a registered user of NetWorks to view. (Simply hit "Request Account" if you are not yet a registered user.) The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) is a national network dedicated to advancing STEM teaching and learning, in both formal and informal settings. Much more...

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View Resource Electronics Kits - SparkFun

https://www.sparkfun.com/

This site provides new ways to engage electronics students. Sparkfun Electronics started in 2003 with the development of the Arduino Microcontroller board and over the years has added numerous sensors and other components to its offerings. The resources were developed for tinkerers rather than education but they can be used in an electronics lab.

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