2011 DETC Fall Workshop
October 16-18, 2011
The Loews Vanderbilt Hotel * Nashville, TN
The Use of Technology to Assist in Compliance
Mr. Lute Atieh, American College of Technology
Monday, October 17 *
10:15 - 11:00 a.m. * Symphony III
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There are many options when it comes to technology, but this session will help explore technologies that can be used within an organization to help monitor and ensure compliance. In addition, attendees will learn about low-cost, high-impact technologies that can be used to aid your institution's compliance in the areas of: admissions, delivery of curriculum, instructor/student interaction, and tracking last day of attendance.
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Attendees will leave this session with contrete examples of technology that can be integrated into their institution's systems to aid in ensuring their compliance. In addition, attendees will have explored low-cost, high-impact technologies they can use to improve their institution.
Mr. Lute Atieh has served American College of Technology in various technical positions since 2001 and as the Director of Operations and Technology of ACOT since 2009. He began his technology career while still in high school. At age 14, he tutored private computer classes and repaired personal computers; and at 15 he wired and configured computer labs for a private college and built his first website.
He continued developing websites for small businesses and community organizations until he entered college. Later in college, he assisted his father in launching American College of Technology. While in college, Mr. Atieh worked as a team leader for the Geek Squad of Best Buy. He also served as technical consultant for an investment banking company which focused on technology. Mr. Atieh performed start-up evaluations of firms utilizing new and innovative technology.
While at ACOT, Mr. Atieh has developed technology whereby ACOT deploys mobile platforms which allow students and faculty to utilize mobile devices for communication via voice, video, and chat. His educational background consists of technologically-oriented degrees and industry certifications from CompTia. Mr. Atieh currently is pursuing a secondary degree in Management Information Systems from an online university.