Teams and individuals can get help through:
- Attendance at an in-person kick-off meeting to share your proposed plan and receive helpful hints, insights, and feedback from other participants as well as several community identity practitioners.
- Opportunities to broaden your institution’s participation and colleagues’ skills through up to four complimentary registrations to any of the component training workshops to be used by June 30, 2020. Additional registrations are available at a reduced price.
- Collaborative learning through a regularly scheduled three-month series of CSP community checkpoints. These include bi-weekly status and Q&A calls, and access to practitioners and advisors using Internet2’s Slack channels and e-mail lists. These meetings and lists are open to your entire team.
- Assistance by component software developers, Internet2 staff, and organization integrators knowledgeable about the best practices around InCommon Trusted Access Platform integrations.