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View Resource Slides: How to Produce a Webinar

These are the slides for the webinar that was recorded on 04/10/09. This document illustrates how to effectively produce webinars. A webinar is a collaborative presentation that can include polling and question & answer sessions to allow full participation between the audience and the presenter. Webinars can be recorded so that those who missed your event can view it on their own time.

View Resource Revitalizing Electronics Engineering Technology Programs

Across the nation, AAS programs in electronics engineering technology (EET) are seeing declines in their enrollments. Many programs have had to close. Reasons for this decline include the student misperception that electronics is a dead-end career path that lacks the high-tech appeal of other emerging technical fields. These closures are having a serious ripple effect that will negatively impact...

View Resource Workflow in the CVD Tool

This website includes an animation for the Workflow in the CVD Tool. Objective: The steps in the CVD process cycle will be a unique step in the recipe. There may be more steps, or minor variations, but most CVD process recipes will look very similar to the sequence below and illustrated in the animation repeated here for review.This simulation is from Module 055 of the Process & Equipment I...

View Resource Questor - Photolithography

Play the Questor Game to answer questions on photolithography. The objective is to explain the three (3) primary stages of the photolithography process. -Describe the steps the photolithography equipment uses to process a pattern on a silicon wafer. -Describe the coater equipment modules and their purposes. -Describe the purpose of the exposure equipment. -Describe the four printing methods....

View Resource The Etch Process

This website includes an animation which shows the plasma etching of silicon dioxide. In this type of plasma etching process, a chlorine gas and argon gas mixture is used. The chlorine gas neutral charge molecules bond with the surface silicon dioxide molecules and create silicon chloride molecule. Through the bombardment of the plasma charged Argon molecules the silicon chloride molecules are...

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