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View Resource Webinar- Electronics 2010: A New Systems Approach to Teaching Electronics

This webinar was presented on September 14, 2007 by MATEC NetWorks to update and discuss the grant Electronics 2010. This is the first one for the grant that was kicked off at SAME-TEC 2007 (Semiconductors, Automated Manufacturing, Electronics Technical Education Conference). Teaching Electronics is changing - ESyst (the name of the program) is bringing that change. This webinar presents the...

View Resource Webinar: Podcasting

This is a recording of the NetWorks Webinar: Podcast from December 14, 2007. Do you want a new way to reach your students outside the classroom? A quick way to connect with students? Learn how to podcast with Gordon Snyder and Mike Qaissaunee. They will show you where to go, what to get, and how to produce podcasts. With the upcoming Spring semester, you will be ready to bring your students...

View Resource Intel Engage: Design and Discovery

Design and Discovery is a free program that includes a complete, downloadable and reproducible curriculum as well as related resource materials and an implementation guide. Design and Discovery is an academic enrichment opportunity that engages students in hands-on engineering and design activities intended to foster knowledge, skill development, and problem solving in the areas of science and...

View Resource Berkeley's Educational Podcasts

This site includes a number of Berkeley classes, hosted by Youtube.com. The University of California, Berkeley is the preeminent public research and teaching institution in the nation. From classic literature to emerging technologies, the curricula of our 130 academic departments span the wide world of thought and knowledge. Supported by the people of California, the university has embraced...

View Resource Webinar: Technical Programs: Here to Stay or Too Expensive to Maintain?

This webinar recorded November 30, 2007. The password is: networks. The highest levels of community college administration face significant challenges in supporting technology programs at their institutions. For economic development in their region, a skilled workforce is critical in high tech sectors such as IT, manufacturing, electronics, engineering technology, and biotechnology. To be...

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