Industrial and Technical Education Collaborative

Curriculum Development & Improvement: - Education Links

American Association of Community Colleges, Sustainability Education & Economic Development
Breaking Through: Helping Low Skilled Adults Enter and Succeed in College and Careers
California Department of Education, CTE Online Curriculum Resources
Center for the Advancement of Process Technology (CAPT)
Center for Nanofabrication Manufacturing Education (CNME)
Consortium for Alabama Regional Center for Automotive Manufacturing (CARCAM) l
CTE Online
Manufacturing Career Cluster
National Coalition for Advanced Technology Centers (NCATC)
National Network for Pulp and Paper Technology Training, The National Center for Pulp and Paper Technology
National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education (MatEd)
National Science Foundation, National Center for Manufacturing Education (NCME)
National Science Foundation, Next Generation Manufacturing Center
Rolstadås, Asbjørn. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Global Education in Manufacturing (2002)
Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing
Southwest Center for Microsystems Education
National Network for Pulp and Paper Technology Training, The National Center for Pulp and Paper Technology
Center for the Advancement of Process Technology (CAPT)
Center for Nanofabrication Manufacturing Education (CNME)
Consortium for Alabama Regional Center for Automotive Manufacturing (CARCAM)
CTE Online
Manufacturing Career Cluster
National Coalition for Advanced Technology Centers (NCATC)
National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education (MatEd)
National Science Foundation, National Center for Manufacturing Education (NCME)
National Science Foundation, Next Generation Manufacturing Center
Rolstadås, Asbjørn. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Global Education in Manufacturing (2002)
Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing
Southwest Center for Microsystems Education
GEMSEC Partnership with a Community College for Curriculum Development @ University of Washington To create a nationally replicable model of a sustainable and continuously up-gradable hands-on undergraduate teaching laboratory of scanning probe methods, GEMSEC is working with researchers from the UW's Center for Nanotechnology, educators from North Seattle Community College, representatives from a scanning probe microscopy manufacturer, and a nanotechnology SPM distributor. This partnership, NUE UNIQUE, will inaugurate a new paradigm of initiating, operating, and maintaining a SPM laboratory to serve entire classes of undergraduate students with a student to instrument ratio of ~3:1. UNIQUE is based on leasing a SPM bundle of five instruments with well documented laboratory units and teaching materials for a two-week-long intensive class. UNIQUE will develop the laboratory course with 10 units as well as an introductory course and a seminar in nanotechnology. After development and refinement at the UW, dissemination will occur nationwide though the Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers and the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network.
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More details on Center's website HERE