Collaborators and Their Responsibilities
The collaborative course model involves the cooperation of a lead instructional institution, a project coordinator, and multiple participating universities. The lead institution for the APC course is the University of California at Berkeley. Under the auspices of the XSEDE project, they prepared the instructional materials based on their local course CS267. The Ohio Supercomputer Center served as the project coordinator, facilitating the participation of the collaborating universities. Each participating university, in turn, took responsibility for their own students with the support of a shared teaching assistant at Berkeley and the OSC staff.