Description The NSC’s Mechatronics Technology Pathway is a one-year, 30-credit hybrid course (mixture of online and face-to-face) consisting of 12 mini-courses. The entire Pathway consists of a set of materials a school or institution can customize for their program’s or students’ needs.
Description Carnegie Mellon University and The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) have collaborated to offer this Healthcare Technology Foundations (HTF) course. The course offers an overview of healthcare, health information technology, and health information management systems. The focus is on the role and responsibilities of entry-level health IT specialists in each phase of the health information management systems lifecycle. The curriculum is intended to be similar to the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS) certification administered by HIMSS. This course is designed for students who have previous experience in IT or healthcare and it is designed to serve as a pathway into health IT careers. It also provides a broad understanding of health IT for individuals in non-IT related roles in healthcare.
Description The National STEM Consortium’s (NSC) Electric Vehicle Technology Pathway is a one-year, 30-credit hybrid course (mixture of online and face-to-face) consisting of 14 mini-courses. The entire Pathway consists of a set of materials a school or institution can customize for their program’s or students’ needs.
Description The National STEM Consortium’s (NSC) Cyber Technology Pathway is a one-year, 30-credit hybrid course (mixture of online and face-to-face) consisting of 12 mini-courses. The entire Pathway consists of a set of materials a school or institution can customize for their program’s or students’ needs.
Description Learn about composites fabrication, assembly, repair; CNC machining; and composite manufacturing. Composites students are prepared for entry-level positions in industries including aviation, marine, recreation, green energy, and manufacturing.
Description Dr. Gary Ackerman, an educational technology specialist with decades of experience in K-12, community college, and faculty development has released Efficacious Technology Management: A Guide for School Leaders. This is his second book, and it is available under a Creative Commons license.
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