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Ten Things We Learned at MPICT 2015

I spent two days at the Winter 2015 ICT Educator Conference in San Francisco recently.  In between my usual administrative duties, I was able to attend several 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 ten things I […]

MegaTrends and the World of 2020 Presentation

Charlie Bess, HP Fellow, Application Business Services Americas Chief Technologist presented in January at the MPICT Winter ICT Educator’s conference. From the presentation: We live in a rapidly changing world which can seem disruptive. Many of these changes are actually predictable and based on activities happening today. This presentation takes an example-based approach to examining […]

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MPICT 2014 Winter ICT Educators Conference recap

The National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) kicked off 2014 by attending the Winter ICT Educator Conference in San Francisco. The conference is hosted each January by MPICT, the Mid-Pacific Information and Communication Technologies Center. Like the National CTC, MPICT is an ATE Center funded by the National Science Foundation. The event was held at City […]

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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 […]