Interuniversity Communications Council records
- EDUCAUSE (Association) (Organization)
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The Interuniversity Communications Council formed to provide collaboration among institutions of higher learning in their efforts to utilize the emerging communication sciences. Given a W. K. Kellogg Foundation grant for administration, eight charter members announced the nonprofit organization in June 1965. There now are 50 institutional members, representing 167 separate campuses. Its primary purposes are to organize interuniversity cooperation, to disseminate reports on the state of educational information technologies, to investigate areas of critical development, and to facilitate useful applications.
On July 1, 1998, CAUSE and Educom were consolidated to create EDUCAUSE.
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- Interuniversity Communications Council Records
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- May 2012
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- Finding aid written in English.