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Title: Webinar: Technical Programs: Here to Stay or Too Expensive to Maintain?
Url: https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/recording/playback/link/drop...
Publisher: Elluminate, Inc.
Description: 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 responsive to those industry sectors, presidents and deans recognize the need to support and maintain the currency of their technology education programs. However, enrollments in many programs are suffering and the cost of expensive laboratory equipment and infrastructure may force a CEO's decision to limit the college’s support. A panel of community college presidents and deans will address these challenges, explore the issue of sustainability, and respond to the over-arching question, “Will technology education programs as we know them disappear or be replaced by new models for workforce and economic development? ”It is time to begin a conversation on what i’s happening in technician education at Community Colleges. In this session, following introductory remarks, the moderator will set the stage for the discussion. Three nationally known college administrators will address these significant challenges and issues: (1) What is the importance of technology education programs to our institutions? (2) What are the challenges and solutions? (3) Who are the stakeholders and what do they bring to the table? Panel: Randy Kimmens: Dean of Instruction for Business and Technology, Glendale Community College. GCC, founded in 1965 in Arizona has more than 32,000 students enrolled in a wide variety of degree and certificate programs. Dr. Maria Hesse: President and Chief Executive Officer for Chandler-Gilbert Community College. CGCC is a comprehensive college with signature workforce development programs in aviation and information technologies and nationally recognized programs in service learning, learning communities, and civic engagement. Linda Smarzik: Dean of Computer Studies and Advanced Technology at Austin Community College. She is instrumental with the startup of South West Advanced Nanotechnology Center (SWANC) and the Game Development Institute at ACC. Moderator: Michael Lesiecki: executive director of the Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC) since its inception in 1996. MATEC, a member of the Division of Academic Affairs of the Maricopa Community Colleges, is a National Science Foundation funded center of excellence that supports workforce education efforts in the fields of semiconductor manufacturing, automated manufacturing and electronics.
LC Classification: Education -- Special aspects of education -- Types of education -- Vocational education (General)
Education -- Theory and practice of education -- Education and training of teachers and administrators
Education -- Theory and practice of education -- Higher education -- Curriculum
Education -- Theory and practice of education -- Higher education -- Institutions of higher education -- Two year institutions -- Community colleges. Junior colleges (Public)
Education -- Theory and practice of education -- Higher education -- Seminars
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Communication of technical information
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Technical education. Technical schools
GEM Subject: Science -- Engineering
Science -- Technology
Educational Technology
Vocational Education
Date Issued: 2007-11-30
Resource Type: Demonstrations
Format: html
java
Audience: Administrators
College/University Instructors
Curriculum Supervisors
Higher Education
Professional Formation
Teaching Professionals
Technical School First Cycle
Technical School Second Cycle
University First Cycle
University Postgrad
University Second Cycle
Vocational Training
Language: English
Rights: Elluminate, Inc.
Access Rights: Free access
Subject: Engineering Education
Engineering Education -- Student/Faculty Development
Professional Development
Date Of Record Release: 2010-07-28 03:00:02 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2011-08-18 18:52:29 (W3C-DTF)
Source Type: ATE Center
Source: NetWorks
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Resource URL Clicks: 19
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