Technology articles

Virtual reality at Collide-O-Scope

With the winter semester drawing to a close, students at the college are looking forward to the summer. The students in the School of Media and Design have one more thing to look forward to before they end their semester here…. Collide-O-Scope. Collide-O-Scope initially started at the college decades ago as a fashion show. As


Waste matters

A European technology has made its way to southern Alberta. For the last two decades biogas has been generating power throughout Europe. Lethbridge became home to a bigoas facility two years ago, but the facility is still not operating at its full potential. Sarah Redekop has more. The hum of these engines carry waste that

Lethbridge Ecycle Drive

How LCN is benefiting local non-profits with their Ecycle Drive, Sarah Redekop reports. The Ecycle Drive is not only reducing landfill waste. Along with providing community Wi-Fi access, the initiative will improve computer access throughout the city. I had a chance to find out how this will benefit local organizations. Broken, bulky or simply unwanted,


Getting rid of your old electronics in Lethbridge

  Lethbridge Community Network wants your old electronics, Aaron Haugen reports. LCN is looking for household electronics that can either be refurbished or recycled. According to LCN executive director Alan Schneider, LCN kept close to 70 thousand pounds of electronic waste out of the local landfill. Collection sites will be open at both Save-on-Foods locations

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Lethbridge Ecycle Drive

If you’ve recently been to Save-On-Foods you may have noticed piles of old electronics outside. The annual Ecycle drive is happening around the city, Sarah Redekop reports. Lethbridge Community Network is asking for your unused or broken electronics. The annual Ecycle Drive is going on until Sunday. Electronics received will be recycled and refurbished. LCN

Criminal justice instructor Ken Sauter explaining how the new simulation system works to second year student David Peters on Nov. 25 on campus.

Criminal justice program embraces technology

Industry standard technology is changing the way future criminal justice students are being taught how to communicate in the field. The Milo Range simulation system will be incorporated into the curriculum to assist in teaching communication objectives that criminal justice students may face as law enforcement agents. The simulator is computer system with a large