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Creative Research Lab
Montana State University
P.O. Box 172220
Bozeman, MT 59717-2220

Location: 125 Cheever Hall

Terry Beaubois
Tel: 406-994-4184
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Mike Kippenhan
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Creative Research Lab at Montana State University

Collaboration + Education

The CRLab fosters multi-disciplinary, projects which, through research, collaboration and creative problem solving, will directly impact student learning and project outcome. Projects are divided into phases that include Project Definition and Research, Project Planning and Implementation and Project Documentation and Presentation. During the Definition and Research Phase, students work with faculty to help define all the aspects of the project, as well as help the sponsor fully realize their project’s potential. Through regular updates and meetings, the CRLab can assure that project requirements and schedules are reached and that the final deliverable fulfills the project requirements.

How to collaborate with us

The CRLab is capable of working at a variety of different levels with project sponsors to meet their individual project budget and schedule. The CRLab selects project sponsors and projects that allow “collaboration concepts” to be well utilized and clearly illustrated.

Learn about emerging technologies and software

The CRLab encourages the exploration and implementation of emerging technologies that can directly impact and further projects. By integrating both new and proven technologies with learning principles and practices, project participants and students will technology is being used in service of learning. New and traditional technologies will advance student learning and result in significant learning gains when implemented with pedagogically sound practices.

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