The Center for Research on Collaboratories and Technology Enhanced Learning Communities (COTELCO) is a social science research center in the School of International Service (SIS) at American University.  The Center explores the socio-technical infrastructure required to support geographically distributed collaboration and knowledge work, particularly between developed and developing countries. It is based upon principles of universal design and accessibility. 


COTELCO Presents at AU-WWF Sustainable Post-Disaster Mgmnt Workshop

Dr. Cogburn presents virtually at workshop (photo)COTELCO is pleased to host participants of the “Environmental Dimensions of Sustainable Recovery: Learning from Post-Conflict and Disaster Response Experience” workshop co-organized by SIS professor Dr. Ken Conca for a presentation on the morning of 23 April 2014 in the COTELCO Center. Presenting remotely from the NETmundial Conference in Brazil, Executive Director Dr. Derrick Cogburn will introduce workshop participants to COTELCO’s geographically distributed collaboration model and accessible cyberinfrastructure.

COTELCO Hosts Live Stream of NETmundial 2014 Sessions

Net Mundial 2013 logoNETMundial 2014 – The Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance conference hosted by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee and /1Net begins on 23 April 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. COTELCO will live stream two conference sessions, one each on 23 and 24 April, at the COTELCO Center (SIS Room T10).

COTELCO and IDPP Participate in 2014 ISA Annual Convention

Dr. Derrick Cogburn before his presentation during 2013 ISA Annual Convention (PHOTO)The COTELCO/IDPP Executive Director and several faculty associates are traveling to Toronto, Canada this week to participate in the International Studies Association’s (ISA) 55th Annual Convention from 26-29 March 2014. COTELCO Executive Director Dr. Derrick Cogburn; incoming ISA President Dr. Amitav Acharya, IDPP and American University’s (AU) School of International Service (SIS) faculty member and Chair of the ASEAN Studies Center; COTELCO/IDPP senior faculty associate and Associate Professor at AU SIS Dr. Nanette Levinson; and several others are expected to present in sessions taking place throughout the conference.


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