Collaboration at the Core of Change: Lake Forest College and Kalamazoo College
Diment, Gregory S.
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A presentation given at the EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference, March 12-14, 2007 in Chicago, IL by Lisa Palchick (Dean of Libraries and of Information Services, Kalamazoo College), Greg Diment (Associate Provost for Information Services, Kalamazoo College), and Jim Cubit (Director, Office of the Library and Information Technology, Lake Forest College). Lake Forest College and Kalamazoo College have undertaken a collaboration initiative to provide e-mail and help desk services on shared hardware located in a remote data center. Representatives from both schools will discuss the process for forming the collaboration and the benefits realized to date.
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