Tag Archives: IT convergence education

CCN members from schools across the country gather during a 2016 annual summer meeting.

Community Sharing of Curriculum

Four times a year, the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) hosts a meeting of its Convergence College Network (CCN) community of over 60 community colleges and universities from 24 states across the country.  These meetings are one of the prime benefits of membership in the CCN in that they provide the perfect platform for resource […]

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 […]

ICT Center

Top 3 ATE/NSF Information, Geospatial, and Security Technologies Blogs

The 39 centers of the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program lead dynamic, productive partnerships among industry, community colleges, and other education sectors. The National Convergence Technology Center in Frisco, Texas is one of eight centers that fall under the “Information, Geospatial, and Security Technologies” focus. All of the centers’ core functions include […]

Ann Beheler

Welcome to the National CTC Blog

It’s my pleasure to welcome you to the National Convergence Technology Center’s new blog.  This endeavor has been discussed for a long time in our offices, but we finally have the manpower to make it a reality. More and more, social media isn’t just a gimmicky diversion, but an important digital tool.  It’s our hope […]