As the Information Technology Center of Excellence we offer a wide range of opportunities to assist MN State I.T. faculty increase industry knowledge, collaborate and partner with local businesses.
Central Lakes College students represent Minnesota emerging tech community at the fourth annual Community College Innovation Challenge, sponsored by The National Science Foundation and the American Association of Community Colleges held at the White House.
Through the collaborative efforts of faculty and industry leaders, ten sponsored work initiatives ranging from Agile Course Module Creation to Data Research Colloquiums were developed. Funding award announcements for these projects will be made June 4th.
Nearly 60 faculty and 20 industry leaders came together to share, learn, and create collaborative opportunities at the 2018 New Directions in IT Education Faculty Conference.
Many organizations in Minnesota and across the nation are incorporating Internet of Things (IoT) technologies into their products, processes and business models. Gartner IoT predicts that there will be nearly 20 billion devices connected to the IoT by 2020 and that IoT product and service suppliers will amount to a business of $300 billion in revenue with retail, healthcare, and industrial/supply chain and transportation leading the way.
In this month’s IT Connect Career Spo…
This annualÂ competition, planned for February 10, 2018, allows institutions of higher education to assess their studentsâ€™ depth of understanding and operational competency in managing the challenges inherent in protecting business IT networks.Â The top three Minnesota teams will be recognized at the 2018 Student 360 conference. The first place team will be eligible to compete in the 2018 Midwest Regional CCDC and progress to the National CCDC.