MCC Advanced Integrated Technology Program Featured on ATETV.org
A web video promoting Madisonville Community College's Advanced Integrated Technology program was recently featured on ATETV.org. ATETV.org is a venture, funded in part by an Advanced Technological Education grant from the National Science Foundation, intended to promote the benefits of technical education in the modern workplace and encourage students to enroll in technical education programs.
Mike Deal, coordinator of the Multiskilled Technician option of the AIT program, first became aware of ATETV.org at the 2010 High Impact Technology Education Conference. He then contacted Pellet Productions, the producers of ATETV.org's videos, and set up a time to film the MCC segment. Thanks to NSF funding, the video was produced at no cost to MCC last summer. ATETV.org made the decision to feature MCC's video during the first week of January 2012. You can view the video at http://www.atetv.org/watch-videos/episode.aspx?e=2067.