This list of technical lectures in America is based on information released annually by PC Magazine, with input from The Princeton Review. For students who want a successful career in technology.
The 10 Best Technical Places in America
The assessment factor consists of the existence of online information, hardware and software provided by the campus, lab facilities, and student organizations. Basically, the three main focuses are academic, student resources, and campus connectivity.

List of the Best Engineering Lectures in America

1. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
MIT is famous for having lots of cool things, like a campus that is entirely wireless with more than 3,000 wireless access points, has its own operating system, a Unix-based desktop interface called Athens.

The OpenCourseWare system on the MIT website provides course material that can be accessed free by every user in the world. More than 80 percent of MIT's faculties participate, and more than 1,400 lecture material is available on the system.

MIT is an engineering college in America that is famous for giving freedom to students to "organize" their dormitories. This has produced many amazing things in the hostel, such as the emergency pizza button (a special button for Domino pizza delivery orders).

2. Indiana University, Bloomington
Indiana University has won numerous awards and various industry recognition for their research and technology offerings. Engineering lectures in America are leaders in the open-source software community.

On campus there are the fastest supercomputers belonging to the university, they also have agreements with larger software vendors to make applications available to students with little or no cost.

In addition, their online Oncourse portals allow students to check grades and schedule information. And allows the instructor to send comments to students and vice versa.

Through Oncourse, students can communicate with each other, ask questions, and discuss topics virtually.

3. University of Illinois
The University of Illinois has produced many names of big and well-known entrepreneurs among its alumni. One of the engineering lectures in America is the birthplace of the first web browser and the first parallel supercomputer.

The university feels that providing a good environment where calculated risk taking is encouraged and valued plays a large role in the success of their education system.

Other advantages of this campus are: Apple and Dell stores on campus with student discounts, extensive wireless connectivity, video games and consoles for rent at the library, and free online storage space.

4. Michigan Technological University
Michigan Tech University is arguably a small college located in the city of Houghton, Michigan. With around 5,500 students, this university gives great value to student involvement.

The campus makes the University's Blue Marble program, where students form corporations that mimic companies in the real world. Corporations then receive grants from companies to solve real world problems.

The Engineering College in America has invested heavily in technology including wireless networks, smart whiteboards, podcast lectures, and 24-hour secure access to computer laboratories. As well as providing many other learning facilities.

5. Villanova University
Located in Villanova, Philadelphia, Villanova University is one of the best colleges for engineering careers according to PC Magazine's assessment, because it offers many of the best facilities for students.

This private university provides new laptops for all students (included in tuition fees), student programs, technical call support with a guaranteed 24-hour completion time, even an art laboratory.

Many things can be done online, including registering for classes, accepting reading assignments, downloading lecture material, receiving lecture materials through podcasts, taking examinations, submitting papers, and receiving grades.

6. Swarthmore College
The Swarthmore College campus is located in Pennsylvania. This college offers specialized computing services throughout the campus. The hostel becomes wireless, and there is 24-hour technical support every day of the year.

Many professors use Blackboard software to share assignments and hold forums for discussion. The computer community managed by students manages media and video space, among other things.

7. Creighton University
Campus Creighton University is located in Omaha, Nebraska. Creighton is the first engineering college in America that tells students via text messages about their acceptance. Some lecture material can be accessed via podcast.

Creighton is the annual Gamefest host that has attracted many big sponsors. Creighton offers small class sizes, and more than 50 majors and IT related courses in technology and leadership.

Creighton University has researched and tested to have applications sent via cellular networks. So students can see their grades, register, take quizzes, and more through their cellphones.

Oh yeah, Creighton University is a Jesuit university built by the Society of Jesus, so it might not be suitable for followers of certain religions.

8. USC (University of Southern California)
USC is on the cutting edge of the availability of technology for students. USC has one of the fastest supercomputers, which can schedule research time and access from various ports throughout the campus.

USC then provides a Blackboard program, an online course management system that is made so that professors can post lecture material and review notes online.

USC also offers many wireless access points, and hundreds of classrooms are equipped with web cameras and microphones. But all that cool technology can only be obtained after paying expensive tuition fees.

9. Quinnipiac University
Quinnipiac University is a cable university, with the majority of classes requiring online communication through their own Blackboard system. Students can also stay connected via Windows Mobile PDA.

All incoming students are required to buy a laptop, and the university checks the configuration of new laptops to ensure their laptops can work with their wired campus.

The University has partnered with Rave Wireless to allow students to access many things such as academic info, messages in classes and groups, text messages, even shuttle bus locations in the vicinity.

10. University of Oklahoma
The University of Oklahoma offers the Desire2Learn program, which is a user-friendly communication and learning platform, which is made so students and instructors can access lectures and notes online.

The Desire2Learn program from the University of Oklahoma also provides discussion room facilities with a chat system that connects students with professors.

Students are given a Sooner Account that has many services such as means of communication, access to research, downloading movies and music legally, 1 GB of online storage per student, and free web space.

The university also gives students access to thousands of Dell computers through many wireless access points at universities. Tuition at the University of Oklahoma is cheaper than other universities on this list.

This list is delivered to anyone who wants to know the best engineering colleges in America.

PS: For those of you who want and are studying abroad, I hope that after graduation you will return to Indonesia and build Indonesia. So that Indonesia becomes a better and more advanced country.