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lpaglione committed Nov 15, 2019
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When using COmanage with your organization or collaboration, the people that you have registered will naturally fall into groups, perhaps by organizational unit, project team, or the activities that a group of people can do. In this lesson, you will learn how these structures are modeled within COmanage and understand which structures to use to meet your needs.

**BREAK**

#### [CO330 - Linking to Systems Outside of COmanage](https://github.internet2.edu/lpaglione/COmg-CO330-linkingExtSystems/blob/master/index.md) (1:30)

One of COmanage's superpowers is in linking the registered people to services provided by the virtual organization or collaboration. In this lesson you will learn how to create identifiers to be used specifically for the collaboration. You will also learn how to use this information to connect people to services that are available to those in the collaboration, such as wikis, mail list managers, and domain specific applications.

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## DAY TWO - Understanding COmanage's Superpowers
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### Sample Agenda

#### [CO330 - Linking to Systems Outside of COmanage](https://github.internet2.edu/lpaglione/COmg-CO330-linkingExtSystems/blob/master/index.md) (1:30)

One of COmanage's superpowers is in linking the registered people to services provided by the virtual organization or collaboration. In this lesson you will learn how to create identifiers to be used specifically for the collaboration. You will also learn how to use this information to connect people to services that are available to those in the collaboration, such as wikis, mail list managers, and domain specific applications.

**BREAK**

#### [CO340 - Workflows: Enrollment](https://github.internet2.edu/lpaglione/COmg-CO340-workflowEnrollment/blob/master/index.md) (3:00)

Another one of COmanage's superpowers is in being able to manage workflows related to your registered people. A key one of these workflows is the enrollment workflows, or the creation of registered people within COmanage. In this lesson you will learn how enrollment workflows work and how to customize them to meet your needs. You will get to know the common ways that enrollment workflows are initiated, for example, by invitation, self-signup, or account linking. You will understand how to link your registered people to the organizational structures that you created and your "inbound systems" or "systems of record."

**BREAK**
**LUNCH**

#### [CO350 - Provisioning](https://github.internet2.edu/lpaglione/COmg-CO350-workflowProvisioning/blob/master/index.md) (1:30)

The last step of the enrollment workflow is enabling provisioning, or the links between your registered people and "outbound" or "provisioned" systems. These links will enable these "provisioned systems" to make decisions about the rights and access privileges that the person has. In this lesson we will learn the basic structure for enabling these linkages, and review how to set up several commonly provisioned systems.

**LUNCH**
**BREAK**

#### [CO360 - Workflows: Offboarding](https://github.internet2.edu/lpaglione/COmg-CO360-offboarding/blob/master/index.md) (1:00)

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