cuCollab is deprecated: New cuCollab sites are no longer being created Existing cuCollab sites will remain accessible as long the server remains operational, but no new memberships should be expected to be added. 

Carleton committees and working groups are encouraged to consider the use of Microsoft Teams, which provides a superset of cuCollab capabilities for document sharing, collaboration, and online meetings. The Service Desk can provide consulting on the use of MS Teams, as well as assistance in migrating files from cuCollab to Teams.

What is cuCollab?

cuCollab streamlines the document sharing process by giving Carleton committees an online document management system to collaborate with their members and to securely store files online.

The cuCollab service…

  • removes the need to share multiple copies of important documents across email
  • offers you an alternative to paper files, and W-drives
  • provides you and your group members with a secure document repository
  • gives you access from anywhere: on-campus or off; Desktop, smartphone or tablet
  • provides your group with a hub and archive, so everyone knows where to get the latest document
  • lets you collaborate with your team by tracking and storing document versions
  • can set reminders or notify users by email when they need to review a document
  • is available on all your devices and available from wherever you happen to be

Currently, the cuCollab service is available to Carleton faculty and staff running committees and working groups. If you would like to easily share and collaborate on documents for one of your committees, get started with cuCollab today.

Powered by ActiveCollab

The cuCollab service runs on project collaboration software called ActiveCollab. ActiveCollab offers a rich suite of project management and online collaboration tools. It is important to note that, at this time, the cuCollab service is only leveraging the File Sharing features.