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InCommon’s Future: Interfederation, K-12, and Changing Demographics

IAM Online – Tuesday, December 8, 2015
4 pm ET / 3 pm CT / 2 pm MT / 1 pm PT
www.incommon.org/iamonline

You’ve recently heard about InCommon’s plan for international interfederation, but that is not the only change in the works for 2016. Pilots involving K-12 involvement are expected to move to production. And InCommon will explore the potential for new services and support options, given the changing demographics of InCommon participants.

Join us for this IAM Online to hear about how InCommon is changing and how that might affect you and your organization. Topics will include:

  • The changing mix of InCommon participants
  • InCommon Goes Global - how interfederation expands opportunities for participants
  • Incorporating K-12 - working with state research and education networks to broaden federation and trust opportunities
  • Plans for the future - using the data and the reports of recent working groups to plot the course for InCommon services and support

Presenters

Klara Jelinkova, InCommon Steering Chair, VP and CIO at Rice University
Ann West, Associate Vice President, Trust and Identity, Internet2

Connecting

We use Adobe Connect for slide sharing and audio: http://internet2.adobeconnect.com/iam-online. For more details, including back-up phone bridge information, see www.incommon.org/iamonline.

About IAM Online

IAM Online is a monthly online education series brought to you by Internet2’s InCommon community and the EDUCAUSE Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC).

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