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TAF Funded Projects

Students attending Southwest Tennessee Community College contribute greatly to the technological infrastructure of their teaching and learning environment through the Technology Access Fee (TAF). Student computing labs, technical training labs, automation and electronics technology, and Internet and wireless access throughout each campus and centers are just a few examples of how TAF and the technology it supports benefits students.

Students also have access to email accounts, Help Desk and lab support staff, academic software, and more. On this page you will find photos of some of the projects that TAF has been used for to help promote student learning through technology integration.

Click on any of the thumbnail images in the categories below to see a larger version of that image and learn more about the TAF projects here at Southwest.

21st Century Classrooms

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SIM Man

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Music Lab

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NetOp School

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Ice Carving

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Automotive

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Infrastructure

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