Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges

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The Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) is a nonprofit organization of 66 American liberal arts colleges which formed in 1984 under the leadership of Oberlin College's president S. Frederick Starr.[1] The organization is concerned with the uses of technology in liberal arts education.[2] CLAC "uses of computing and related technologies in the service of the liberal arts mission. Academic computing, administrative computing, library automation, web services, telecommunications, and campus-wide networking all fall within the scope of the Consortium's interest."[3]

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