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The Administrative Data Users Community (ADUC) is a group of people with a shared interest in the creation and use of institutional data and associated information systems. It provides an opportunity to share experiences, expertise, and tools among users of institutional data and information systems, as well as with the information stewards and system providers. Business functions, information domains and information systems include Facilities, Finance and Budget, Human Resources, Person, Organization, Research Administration, Student, University Advancement, and others. This community meets during fall and spring semesters, usually twice per month. Announcement and discussion threads are posted in this forum. ADUC is part of Libraries, Computing and Technology's Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFEs). CAFEs undertake activities and provide communication mechanisms that help people with common interests in information technologies, systems, and services to share ideas, challenges, solutions, tools, and strategic directions.
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The Budget Booster forum is a free service provided by the MSU Surplus Store to promote the sale and exchange of equipment and supplies between MSU departments. The forum is for MSU owned property only. For sale, want "ads" and give aways are welcome.
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CHAMP, cooperative highly accelerated math program, is a program managed by the office of gifted and talented in the honors college, with the assistance of the math department and is supported by a five county consortium of school districts. We teach mathematics to middle and high-school students that are selected for high aptitude in math. The purpose is to offer students who are very talented in math the opportunity to cover their high-school math requirements at an extremely accelerated pace. We teach 4 years of math in two years. The students come to Wells Hall for one two and one half hour class per week taught by math department faculty. We also run study sessions and have an on-line forum for students to get help from a professor with their homework.
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CHAMP, cooperative highly accelerated math program, is a program managed by the office of gifted and talented in the honors college, with the assistance of the math department and is supported by a five county consortium of school districts. We teach mathematics to middle and high-school students that are selected for high aptitude in math. The purpose is to offer students who are very talented in math the opportunity to cover their high-school math requirements at an extremely accelerated pace. We teach 4 years of math in two years. The students come to Wells Hall for one two and one half hour class per week taught by math department faculty. We also run study sessions and have an on-line forum for students to get help from a professor with their homework.
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ICER's mission is to coordinate and support multidisciplinary cyber-enabled research at Michigan State University.
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The Instructional Computing and Technology Community (ICTC) is responsible for matters relating to instructional computing and technology on campus including: instructional development, instructional delivery, support services for faculty and students, management of curriculum and instruction, and advising. ICTC is part of Libraries, Computing and Technology's Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFEs). CAFEs undertake activities and provide communication mechanisms that help people with common interests in information technologies, systems, and services to share ideas, challenges, solutions, tools, and strategic directions.
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MSU IT Exchange, a community for collaboration, was formed to bring people interested in information technology at MSU together as a cohesive group. This group meets on a regular basis throughout the year and is open to anyone interested in supporting the significant role technology plays at Michigan State. Announcements, agendas, minutes, and discussion threads are posted under this forum. IT Exchange is part of Libraries, Computing and Technology's Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFEs). CAFEs undertake activities and provide communication mechanisms that help people with common interests in information technologies, systems, and services to share ideas, challenges, solutions, tools, and strategic directions.
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The NCC-CAFE works to raise awareness and enable information sharing on the broad range of topics related to the MSU Campus networking infrastructure. The community will support discussions and advising on networking topics including Network Infrastructure and Design; Network Guidelines, Recommendations, and Best Practices; practical Standards and Network Policy recommendations for networking at MSU. NCC is part of Libraries, Computing and Technology's Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFEs). CAFEs undertake activities and provide communication mechanisms that help people with common interests in information technologies, systems, and services to share ideas, challenges, solutions, tools, and strategic directions.
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The WebDev CAFÉ serves the community of MSU Web professionals by facilitating group discussions with information/opinion sharing, convening meetings and events, and offering feedback on policies as well as large-scale applications. Broad themes pursued through CAFÉ activities will include: Web design, standards, development, services, and collaboration tools. Specific topics may include: Web programming, mashups, rich media, content management systems, information architecture, usability, accessibility, Web hosting, storage, security, writing for the Web, and Web 2.0 tools such as social networking. Attention is also paid to expanding awareness of professional development opportunities for higher education Web professionals. Through its activities, the WebDev CAFÉ fosters a supportive, knowledgeable, and multidisciplinary community of practice for Web professionals, whether they are from staff, faculty, or student ranks. The community holds monthly planning meetings, quarterly forums, and utilizes an e-mail list and threaded discussions to communicate. WebDev CAFÉ is part of Libraries, Computing and Technology's Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFÉs). CAFÉs undertake activities and provide communication mechanisms that help people with common interests in information technologies, systems, and services to share ideas, challenges, solutions, tools, and strategic directions.
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