Archive | August, 2014

UNT’s BAIT program now ABET accredited

  After many months of planning and preparation, the University of North Texas’ Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology (BA-IT) degree program has received full accreditation by ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), retroactive to 2012 through 2016. This accreditation affirms that the BA-IT program meets all ABET requirements while still utilizing workforce courses […]

Ten Things We Learned at HI-TEC

I spent four days at the High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (better known as HI-TEC) in Chicago recently.  In between my usual administrative duties, I was able to attend seven conference breakout sessions that covered a variety of topics, from program development and best practices to the basics of cloud computing and cyberforensics. Below are […]

PHOTOS: HI-TEC 2014 in Chicago

Pre-conference Workshop The CTC along with several partners from across the country presented a pre-conference workshop at HI-TEC: “Implementing Free Virtual Labs and Free Curricula to Teach Information Technology and Cybersecurity”. Video from the workshop of each presenter will be available on our YouTube channel in the next few weeks, so check back. Keynotes and Lunch […]

Buffing up your ATE project

One of the sessions I attended at HI-TEC this year was aimed at introducing ATE centers and projects to the great number of resources available. The session was broken down into six roundtable discussions on individual topics. I got to pick which three interested me most.   Communications/Newsletters: This discussion was facilitated by Dr. Marilyn […]