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Who should join CATS?
CATS primary purpose is to support academic technologists in the Califorina State University, but anyone in higher education whose work involves the use or suppot of technology in instruction is invited to participate in the CATS community.  We welcome everyone, and our community has been greatly enriched by our members from outside the CSU.

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How do I join CATS?
All you have to do is join our listserv. Go to http://cats.cdl.edu/mailing_list to subscribe.

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What does it cost to join CATS?
There is no cost to join.

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What is the connection between CATS and the CSU Center for Distributed Learning (CDL)?

CATS is a program of the CDL, which is a part of the Academic Technology Services this link opens in a new window  department at the CSU Chancellor's Office.  The CDL provides funding for, and manages CATS programs.

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Does CATS have a physical location?

No. CATS is a virtual community.

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How can I become more involved in CATS?

There are many ways community members contribute to CATS. Members volunteer to be part of the conference planning team and also present at the conferences and regional or online meetings. Members also facilitate the virtual Birds of a Feather (BoF) meetings. Other opportunities are announced over the CATS listserv.

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