Web 2.0 dissent via a Web 2.0 application

Education No Comments »

One of the major roles of any IT department is the safekeeping of an organization’s information. Some local examples: When we needed documentation from an intern program from five years in the past, we were able to retrieve it, when files or the contents of files are inadvertently deleted, we have been able to recover […]

Live Small – AZ Nanotechnology Symposium

Electronics, Semiconductors No Comments »

Hi everyone, On Thursday, April 10, 2008 the 3rd Annual Arizona Nanotechnology Cluster Symposium was held in Scottsdale Arizona on the grounds of the Scottsdale Community College. This year’s event was sold out with over three hundred and twenty-five participants. The one-day symposium drew speakers from international, national, and local companies and educational institutions to […]

Creating Learning Objects

Automated Manufacturing, Education, Electronics, Semiconductors No Comments »

Last Friday’s webinar with Terry Bartelt on Learning Objects: What are they? How do you use them? went very well (despite some sound difficulties for the first 15 minutes that we tried to clear up and somehow did). If you missed it, you can find it here. For those of you who have used learning […]

How Learning Objects Saved the Day

Automated Manufacturing, Education, Electronics, Introduction, Semiconductors No Comments »

I was out of town last week at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, NY, taking a look at the new software updates for the HAS-200 by SMC corp. The HAS-200, a machine that, in essence, is a scaled down version of an automated product processing plant. It is used to train students in how […]

WP Theme & Icons by N. Design Studio
Entries RSS Comments RSS Log in