Imagining America's Tenure Team Initiative on Public Scholarship (TTI) is about advancing the commitment to democratizing higher education by working towards full participation  and by strengthening the public mission of colleges and universities.  The TTI works at the level of individual campus policies relating to tenure and promotion in order to free faculty, administrators, and students from impediments to public engagement and to ensure that professional success and public scholarship go together. The TTI Impact Collaboratory represents a commitment to understanding the reverberations of the TTI to date, grounding that understanding in the thoughtful collective analysis of new and better information about the regional meetings and other activities.
OwnerDescriptionDue DateComplete
Full Team Conference Call   
Tim Eatman Recruit Project leader June 30, 2010  
JE and TKE Draft Charge July 19, 2010  
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  • Regional meetings archive
    Posted Sep 18, 2011, 6:09 PM by Timothy K. Eatman
  • Concept maps 2-12-11Click to view semi-interactive (download attached files on concept nodes and connect to web links) concept maps about the project.http://cmapspublic3.ihmc.us/rid=1J4X1X3K0 ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2011, 7:09 AM by Timothy K. Eatman
  • Green Paper Draft posted Please find attached below an early draft of the Green Paper.  All comments and suggestions are welcome.Ways to comment:1) Type in Comments section below (requires login)2) Download ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2011, 6:59 AM by Timothy K. Eatman
  • Timeline and feedback request Once again, welcome to the primary virtual zone of our Collaboratory. We are writing to let you know in more detail the timeline of Collaboratory activities over the next three ...
    Posted Jan 8, 2011, 8:49 AM by Timothy K. Eatman
  • Feedback Request - Collaboratory Charge Feel free to add comments to the Charge in the comments link directly below or upload your document preferably using MS Word track changes. Thanks.
    Posted Feb 5, 2011, 7:44 PM by Timothy K. Eatman
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