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Full release from the Tennessee Board of Regents can be read here. “NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 28, 2013) — The state’s workforce training schools known as Tennessee Technology Centers are being renamed Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology as of July 1. … Continue reading
The ATEA 2013 National Conference was a great professional development opportunity for all involved in post-secondary technical education. With an opportunity to meet vendors, recruiters and to network with other professionals; the conference was held in Chattanooga, Tennessee, March 20-22, 2013. During … Continue reading
Steve Mallard, Dawn Babian and Mike Miller will place an entire lab in the cloud for students to work with. This will include Windows Server Domains, Virtual Servers, NASs, Managed Switches, Firewalls, IP Cameras, Wireless Devices and other equipment used … Continue reading
(Part One) Androids, iPads, and other devices are not really driving me crazy. It’s the users who jump on mobile devices and declare it is the best or the not being able to wait – and the security of mobile … Continue reading
The 2011 Computerworld Laureate video. The CIT program was named as a Laureate earlier this year.
Computer Information Technology at Shelbyville Gives individuals a concise IT education and serves as an alternative path to a professional career; also helps area nonproﬁ ts with their IT needs as students serve as voluntary interns to gain experience. Official program download … Continue reading
Several years ago I wrote an article titled the same as this article. I love teaching information technology. But there are days I wonder if I can keep up. Help desk personnel and junior administrators have to be well … Continue reading
EconSouth recently interviewed James King, Vice Chancellor of the Tennessee Technology Centers. In the interview, infomation about Harvard University’s graduate school of education published an article titled “Pathways to Prosperity: Meeting the Challenges of Preparing Young Americans for the 21st … Continue reading
The stats helpers at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This … Continue reading
The BST class under the ARRA Act will be graduating this Thursday, August 19, 2010. The students have been trained in Business Systems Technology.
Microsoft Elevate America – Free Vouchers for Tennesseans Want to boost your technology skills? In cooperation with Microsoft Corporation, we are pleased to offer vouchers for E-Learning courses and select certification exams at no cost to you. Get the IT … Continue reading
TTC Shelbyville has several pages on Facebook. To become a fan of: TTC Shelbyville TTC Shelbyville – Technical blog TTC Shelbyville – Skills USA
The measure of success is not always what the teacher did but the attitude, perseverance and motivation of the student to succeed. We are posting under our pages (Top Menu), Student Highlights which shows some students who have succeeded. We … Continue reading
Should we teach Microsoft Products only in IT? No. Although Microsoft runs the IT arena, new IT students should be exposed to MAC and Linux. Our class grows more complicated every term. Where we ‘touched’ lightly on Linux, we now … Continue reading
Microsoft’s DreamSpark is one of the best offerings for Students. Recently we worked with Microsoft and created Live email accounts for our students. The DreamSpark account was free and required only an accreditation verification and coordinating with Microsoft. Currently … Continue reading