Entries by Karen

Shop Talk March 31, 2020

On the March 30, 2020 Shop Talk among Advanced Manufacturing instructors in the Sacramento region, they share tips on teaching remotely. In this call, Dan Turner of Yuba College and others demonstrate some of the tools that they are using to teach and engage students during COVID-19. See more videos on the Edu2Mfg You Tube […]

Free Employment Law Webinar to Navigate COVID-19

What: Complimentary COVID-19 webinar with employment attorney Ann Wicks, who will take questions during the program. When: Monday, April 27 from 1-2 PM Why: To support employers in keeping up with new COVID-19 regulations. How: Register here for the Employment Law Webinar on April 27. After registering, you’ll receive an email about how to join […]

Autodesk Office Hours and Webinars

Thanks to Di Jin, Account manager, Autodesk Education Experiences, for making these additional resources available to advanced manufacturing teachers. There are several upcoming webinars as well as recorded webinars. Office Hours for CCC Faculty: 2-3pm every Tuesday: https://autodesk.zoom.us/j/268525532 Office Hours for CCC Students: 3-4pm every Thursday: https://autodesk.zoom.us/j/613121153 Why you should use Fusion 360 in Academia […]

US Homeland Security Selects Essential Manufacturing

The United States Department of Homeland Security has identified these critical manufacturing sectors as essential. Read more information of the Homeland Security website. Some of the information below was re-posted from the website: Primary Metals Manufacturing Iron and Steel Mills and Ferro Alloy Manufacturing Alumina and Aluminum Production and Processing Nonferrous Metal Production and Processing […]

Placer County Teachers Advanced Manufacturing Video Libraries

As part of the collaborative effort by advanced manufacturing instructors and industry partners, teachers are sharing their video libraries. This is just one of many ways the teaching community is responding to the Coronavirus closing educational institutions. On-line instruction is particularly challenging for classes where students develop hands-on skills needed for critical occupations. Below are […]

Manufacturing Medical Supply Registry

Manufacturers can now register with the State of California indicating an interest in producing medical supplies. The website has an easy to complete form enabling businesses to indicate their capabilities to help during the pandemic. To address COVID-19, the state has identified the most critical medical and emergency equipment. NOTE: Individuals should go to their […]

Teacher Resources from Autodesk

Edu2Mfg appreciates Di Jin, Account Manager, Autodesk Education Experiences team, sharing these resources with advanced manufacturing teachers in Sacramento area colleges and high schools.  Autodesk Design Academy: Free, easy to access online courses Autodesk Fusion 360® Office Hours for Educators: 9-11 am PST on Tuesdays and Thursdays How to register and activate an education license to Fusion 360® […]

CTE Coalition Supports Manufacturing Education

With COVID-19 closing schools, college and high school Career Technical Education instructors are seeking new ways to teach hands-on skills. Industry partners have quickly responded by making valuable on-line resources available. The CTE Coalition, a group of manufacturing industry leaders, have come through with a one-stop website linked to teaching tools. Through this resource, you’ll […]

How to Make Masks to Help Your Community

Makers & Manufacturers are Collaborating to Produce Masks and Shields for Care Providers – OpShieldsUp & Cabrillo College OpShieldsUp is working with with Masks for Docs and Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society. Makers and manufacturers have formed Operation Shields Up to produce Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for front-line care providers, in response to the pandemic. […]