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View Resource Environmental Engineering; Process Technology; Information Security

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV examines three important and growing technological fields: environmental engineering, process technology, and information security. The video can be viewed whole or in three segments: "Environmental Engineering," "Process Technology," and "Information Security." The...

View Resource Process Technology

This video segment, adapted from ATETV, looks at the Process Technology program at the College of the Mainland and what students will learn in order to succeed in industry. The video explains how the community college accommodates the busy lives of adult non-traditional students while still giving them a well-rounded liberal arts education to make them more marketable to employers. Additionally,...

View Resource Heading In a New Direction

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. In this episode of ATETV, fuel cell technology, technical communication skills and women in aviation are discussed. ATE programs are perfect for people who want to head back to school in order to change careers. The programs help students gain new skills or develop skills they may already have. ...

View Resource Table-top Composite Panel Fabrication Lab

This lab experiment requires students to improve the mechanics of sandwich composites via construction and testing. Teams of students will "fabricate composite paper panels, and create both beams and signboards." The lesson can be completed within an hour. This activity would be appropriate for high school level students. This document will serve as a framework for instructors and may be...

View Resource Biotechnology Curriculum Freshmen Year: pH

During this unit, students will be learning about the terms acid and base. Water is neutral and can be formed from equal amounts of acid and base. What makes a solution an acid? What makes it a base? How is this important to living things? Most living things exist in a pH around 7.0, which is neutral. If they are exposed to either basic or acidic solutions they will be injured or die. Students...

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