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Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center

The Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center is a member of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs at Maricopa Community Colleges. Founded as a National Center of Excellence under the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education Program, MATEC supports faculty and curriculum development to meet the ever-advancing workforce demands of the semiconductor, automated manufacturing, and electronics industries.
http://www.matec.org/

  • MATEC

    MATEC

    Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center

    The Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center is a member of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs at Maricopa Community Colleges. Founded as a National Center of Excellence under the National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education Program, MATEC supports faculty and curriculum development to meet the ever-advancing workforce demands of the semiconductor, automated manufacturing, and electronics industries.
    http://www.matec.org/

  • eSyst

    eSyst

    Electronics 2010

    A Systems View of Electronics is an National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education Project designed to reform Electronics education by teaching from a top-down approach. eSyst revises electronics curriculum to shift the focus of from the component level to a holistic systems approach.
    http://www.esyst.org/

  • WRE

    WRE

    Work-Ready Electronics

    WRE is an industry-supported system for synchronizing Electronics curriculum to the rapidly changing workplace. Through funding from the National Science Foundation, as an Advanced Technological Education Project, WRE designed and developed instructional modules that may be used independently or integrated with current electronics curricula in college programs.
    http://www.work-readyelectronics.org/

  • Endangered Species

    NACK

    Nano4Me

    The Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK Center) was established at the Penn State College of Engineering in 2008 through the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education Program. NACK supports the development of two-year degree programs in micro- and nanotechnology across the country.
    http://www.nano4me.org/

  • Evolution

    ATE Centers

    Advanced Technology Education Centers

    The National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Centers ensure that our future technical workforce receives the education and tools necessary to excel professionally and to meet the needs of our ever-growing high-tech industries.
    http://www.atecenters.org/

  • Puzzled Putter

    ATE Central

    Advanced Technology Education Central

    ATE Central is an online portal and collection of materials and services funded by the National Science Foundation to help educators, students, and the general public to discover and learn about the entire depth and breadth of the Advanced Technological Education program.
    http://www.atecentral.net/

  • HI-TEC

    METEC

    Manufacturing & Engineering Technologies Education Clearinghouse

    The Manufacturing & Engineering Technologies Clearinghouse (METEC) is a searchable database of materials submitted by educators from around the world. Topics covered include classroom content and pedagogy.
    http://www.meteconline.org/

  • HI-TEC

    HI-TEC

    High Impact Technology Exchange Conference

    A national conference on advanced technical education where technical educators, counselors, industry professionals, and technicians can update their knowledge and skills. Charged with Educating America's Technical Workforce, the event focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce for companies in the high-tech sectors that drive our nation's economy.
    http://www.highimpact-tec.org/

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