The goal of COLLABORATE is to create an enhanced educational experience for students, by providing faculty with a rich set of supported technologies to use as part of their instructional efforts, and by providing students with access to instructional materials and tools in classrooms, computer labs and on the Internet.
COLLABORATE is based on the L&S Instructional Technology Enhancement Initiative (2010), which identified service targets of course management systems, on-line instructional materials and tools (such as lectures, readings, tutorials, rich media, research and reference materials, quizzes, assignment submissions, grading, file-sharing, communication and collaboration tools), computer-based instructional labs, classroom presentation and interaction tools, and online academic advising and student support services. COLLABORATE also works closely with other campus instructional technology efforts, providing enhancements to address specific needs, filling gaps between services, and coordinating new and existing services to provide a coherent set of offerings to faculty and students.
For more information about a specific COLLABORATE service, please navigate to that service page on this web site. You can also browse our Service Catalog. For updates on COLLABORATE projects and plans, visit our Projects page. If you have any questions, there may be answers on our FAQ page, and you are always welcome to email any question, request, or comment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's a summary of current COLLABORATE services. To schedule a brief presentation and Q&A for your department, or for more information, contact us!
COLLABORATE hires tech-savvy and service oriented students in a variety of support roles.Check here for more information and current vacancies.