Collaboratory® is a publicly searchable, online database that shares an institutional story about who, what, where, with whom, and to what ends community-university partners are working towards community-identified priorities for shared learning and mutual benefits.
UNCG faculty, staff, and students are committed to working collaboratively to address pressing issues in our communities. We do this by engaging communities via teaching, research, creative activities, and service. Indeed, it is our authentic engagement that attracts students, faculty, and staff to our university.
Take a few minutes now to explore Collaboratory and learn about UNCG’s community partnerships or view the UNCG Collaboratory Report 18-20 to learn about public service and community engagement at the university-level.
Our Collaboratory collects information on your curricular-based community engagement activities and related partners/sites, as well as data on any public (engaged) scholarship, community-based research, outreach programs, community service and co-curricular activities that utilize community engagement principles, practices, and/or pedagogies.
Collaboratory supports ICEE’s effort to communicate our institutional story and connect faculty, staff, and community partners around shared community-identified priorities and passions. YOU can help ensure our whole story is shared by contributing your public service or community engagement work.
Learn more about the:
- benefits of Collaboratory for faculty and academic institutions
- types of data collected
- ICEE’s role in creating Collaboratory
How To Edit Collaboratory
Collaboratory represents a current snapshot of community engagement and public service activities. Therefore, faculty and staff can update their activities at any time. Find out more about how to edit Collaboratory. You can also find a helpful one-page handout on creating Collaboratory activities here.
Visit the Collaboratory Knowledge Base to find instructions on how to use Collaboratory.
Email Emily Janke, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (336) 334-4661.