Tag Archives: BILT

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What We Learned at HI-TEC

The National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) cast a long shadow at the recent High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (HI-TEC) in St. Louis, Missouri.  CTC grant partners disseminated best practices and shared resources through a pre-conference workshop (“New IT/Security Virtual Lab and Internet of Things Showcase”) and four breakout sessions (“Maximizing Business Engagement to Support Your […]

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“I Am ATE” Featuring Principal Investigator Ann Beheler

The National Convergence Technology Center’s very own Principal Investigator Ann Beheler was recently featured in ATE Central’s “I Am ATE” interview series.  Click here to learn more about Ann and the CTC.   She also offers her perspectives on the future of the IT industry and advice for new ATE grantees.  

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Article Round-up

The National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) is always on the lookout for technology articles and columns related to the ongoing evolution of both the IT workplace and the IT classroom.  Below is a sampling of some of the things we’ve been reading these last few months. They’re worth a look, dear blog readers. 5G in 2019 […]

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Amy’s Adventure at HI-TEC

This year was my first time attending a High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (HI-TEC) with the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC). It was my first-time… Serving as a videographer and photographer in an unfamiliar environment. Prior to leaving on the trip, I checked, and double checked my bags, making sure nothing was left behind and […]

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CCN Focus: Mike Harsh, Collin College

As a part of the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) featured blogs, we would like to introduce to you some of our professors and instructors in the Convergence College Network (CCN) community. The CCN is a select cohort of community colleges and universities from across the country that connects IT educators with a wealth of […]

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HITEC Honors the BILT Model

At the 2019 High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (HITEC) in St Louis, the National Convergence Technology Center’s (CTC) Business and Industry Leadership Team model was honored with the “Innovative Program Award.”  The award seeks to honor programs that boost student success in technology programs. Dr. Ann Beheler, the CTC’s Principal Investigator and Collin College’s Executive Director […]

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CCN Focus: Israel Emmanuel, Century College

As a part of the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) featured blogs, we would like to introduce to you some of our professors and instructors in the Convergence College Network (CCN) community. The CCN is a select cohort of community colleges and universities from across the country that connects IT educators with a wealth of […]

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The Week After Summer Working Connections…

The National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) staff is still excited about the awesome week of Summer Working Connections 2019 (#summerWC19) and hope everyone has returned home safely and ready to transform their schools’ IT curriculum!  We ended up with 104 attendees from 51 schools taking a deep dive in six topics – AWS Cloud Foundations; […]

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CTC’s Student Feature: Kristy Livingston, Century College

The National Convergence Technology Center’s Convergence College Network (CCN) community is happy to showcase students in information technology by capturing their testimonials. This month we’re featuring Kristy Livingston, a Century College alumna. Kristy attended Century in 2009 due to a job layoff: “When I started attending classes at Century College, I didn’t know what I […]

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Making Sure High School Students Know About IT Careers

One of the goals of the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) is to help improve student recruitment efforts in IT programs at community colleges, particularly underserved populations.  Without question, high schools serve as the biggest source of incoming students, but there remains a nagging sense that many suitable high school students may not be aware […]