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Co-Lab Network


The Department of Defense (DoD) established the ADL Co-Laboratory (ADL Co-Lab) Hub in 1999 at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) to foster the collaborative research, development and assessment of the common tools, standards, content and guidelines for the ADL Initiative. Since then, the network has grown to include three additional ADL Co-Labs (Academic, Joint and Workforce), and several ADL Partnership Labs.



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The ADL Co-Lab Hub is ADL's central organization for guiding, coordinating and integrating the operations of the ADL Co-Lab Network and operates under the direction of the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).

Located just outside Washington, DC, the ADL Co-Lab Hub serves as a clearinghouse across organizational boundaries to coordinate and lead the systematic development and refinement of the future learning environment. The ADL Co-Lab Hub operates to stimulate development of technologies that enhance learning and performance across the DoD and other Federal agencies.


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