The next round of the InCommon Collaboration Success Program (CSP) kicks off this week at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado. In the interest of sharing the experiences with the community we’ll use the hashtag #incommoncsp and post photos and updates of key moments along the way.
CSP is cohort-driven which fosters a smaller community focused on the implementation process to work on projects that meet their IAM needs. This year’s cohort includes:
- Fordham University
- Southern Methodist University
- University of Louisiana at Lafayette
- University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
- University of North Carolina Charlotte
- York University
At the face-to-face meeting, CSP participants will meet each other, InCommon staff, and the community experts who provide help and support. They will hear a presentation on IAM and the community solutions that comprise the InCommon Trusted Access Platform, present their use cases to the cohort, and get started on working on their projects with community experts.
Most of this cohort is focused on the Identity Onboarding and Managing Access areas, but there is also work planned on Guest Systems and Scholarly Collaborations. As part of the CSP, each participant receives four complimentary seats in training courses of their choice in the InCommon Academy where community experts will teach them about the open source software components of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform.
You can follow the CSP 2020 story on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram with #incommoncsp. Longer posts will also appear here on the InCommon blog.