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Resources: Windows Server 2012 R2 Microsoft SQL 2012 Can be obtained from TCAT’s DreamSpark – http://e5.onthehub.com/WebStore/ProductsByMajorVersionList.aspx?ws=5dee02e7-a65d-e111-8056-f04da23e67f6&vsro=8&JSEnabled=1 Note: you can use the trial software on Server and SQL if you do not have a Dreamspark account. Files to use as demos: … Continue reading
Our Information Technology Career Cluster winner, the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Computer Information Technology (CIT) program has been working hard over the summer to expand its outreach efforts, stretch its curriculum across Career Clusters and reach more students…more
Beginning with the Class of 2015, the Tennessee Promise will provide Tennessee high school graduates the opportunity to attend a community or technical college free of tuition and fees. More information about the Tennessee Promise (PDF download)
I encourage my students to go over and visit Rick, Paul and Bill’s blog. In 2009, Rick posted a link to a Scientific American article on How Hackers Steal Secrets from Reflections. Great Article. With our students going through some … Continue reading
Tablet or Laptop for college? As high school students take the summer off and begin to prepare for college, we are often asked what technology students should get for college. Here’s our answer. Both – maybe. Why? Laptops provide … Continue reading
An unnecessary path to tech: A Bachelor’s degree. An excellent article on education and technical careers from Computerworld. TCAT Shelbyville”s CIT program has a 98% retention and 92%+ placement. Is a degree worth the money? Yes, after you start … Continue reading
(L-R) Mike Miller, Assistant IT Manager, Dawn Babain, Network Administrator-LMS Specialist, Ivan Jones, TCAT Director and Steve Mallard, IT Manager More information on the CIT Program “The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc) is … Continue reading