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08
Jul.
2021

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Internet2 Program Helps Bridge Digital Divide for K-12 Districts, Libraries, and Museums With eduroam WiFi

Network Nebraska and Arizona’s Sun Corridor Network join a new, streamlined program to provide secure eduroam WiFi for their K-12, library, and museum constituents. WASHINGTON, D.C., July 8, 2021 – Internet2 announced today the launch of the eduroam Support Organizations, aimed at enabling regional and state-wide organizations in deploying eduroam…

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13
Oct.
2020

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InCommon Fun Facts – October 2020

October 13, 2020 Show your participation InCommon has a nice badge logo for use by current participants. Take a look and download your very own. New InCommon Participants As of October 9, 2020, InCommon had 1,023 participants. Here are the new participants since the September newsletter: Higher EducationEssex…

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01
Oct.
2020

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InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations Now Open

InCommon needs enthusiastic volunteers to bring their unique expertise to our community groups. Serving on InCommon committees is an excellent way to serve the community, broaden your professional network, and develop and hone leadership skills. We invite you to nominate people for membership, including self-nomination. Nominations close on October 23,…

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18
Aug.
2020

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InCommon Fun Facts – August 2020

August 18, 2020 New InCommon Participants As of August 18, 2020, InCommon had 1,019 participants. Here are the new participants: Higher Education Beloit College Sponsored Partners Fathom Information Design InCommon Federation The InCommon Federation has 572 identity providers registered, along with 5,291 services. Worldwide, eduGAIN (the collaboration of global federations)…

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17
Apr.
2020

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New Grouper release means simpler deployment

April 15, 2020 By Chris Hyzer, University of Pennsylvania There have been exciting advancements in the Grouper project recently, most notably with the release of Grouper v.2.5.  Grouper is the enterprise group and access management system that is part of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform. If you haven’t yet…

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25
Mar.
2020

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Community Channels for Pandemic Discussion

March 24, 2020 At our committee meetings over the last few weeks, both InCommon staff and our community volunteers have found a lot of value in talking about the challenges that our member campuses are facing with this pandemic. In a discussion with committee chairs, we decided to create community…

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29
Jan.
2020

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CSP 2020 – For community, by community.

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 will use the hashtag #incommoncsp and post photos and updates of key moments along the way.

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29
Jan.
2020

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InCommon Update – October 2019

New InCommon Participants As of October 17, 2019, InCommon had 1,029 participants. Here are the new participants since the last update in August: Higher Education College of Eastern IdahoJohn Carroll UniversityLewis-Clark State CollegeMars Hill University Research Organization Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Sponsored Partners Axle InformaticsChildren’s National Health SystemConcur TechnologiesRisk and…

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29
Jan.
2020

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InCommon Advisory Committee Nominations Open

InCommon needs enthusiastic volunteers to bring their unique expertise to our community groups. Serving on InCommon committees is an excellent way to serve the community, broaden your professional network, and develop and hone leadership skills. We invite you to nominate people for membership, including self-nomination. Nominations close on October 15,…

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29
Jan.
2020

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How is a Website Like a ’72 Dodge Dart?

By Kevin Morooney, Vice President, Trust and Identity Services & NET+ When I graduated from college, my parents pointed me to a very used car they had identified as a graduation gift. They had done the legwork to find something affordable, usable and probably still durable…even though it was already…

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