I'd like to hear about:
* 2009 university web templates - we're nearing the end of their first
year of adoption; who's using them and what have we learned?
On Nov 5, 2009, at 4:17 PM, Kristofer Layon wrote:
> Thursday Nov. 19 is just two weeks away. What should we schedule
> for our topic(s)?
> My notes include these past suggestions:
> * Drupal showcase - demos and tips re. this popular open source WCM
> * UThink showcase - demos and tips re. this U Libraries blogging and
> publishing tool, which uses the Movable Type platform
> * Google Search Appliance
> * Best practices in form design
> * 2009 university web templates - we're nearing the end of their
> first year of adoption; who's using them and what have we learned?
> And, more recently:
> * 3rd party web tools, and informing university policy about their
> use (Sound familiar? Our recent list thread tipped me about this
> one!) e.g. YouTube, Flickr, Picasa, and many others.
> * Google Analytics --- I don't mind contributing to this discussion
> sometime soon, but my most recent implementations should have more
> time to collect data so that my demos could be more meaningful
> * Unit and department web and database hosting needs (it would be
> great to invite some OIT service providers / strategic planners to
> such a mtg.)
> I'm sure there's plenty of other topic possibilities. Please let me
> know whether I should make an online form for voting on topics, or
> whether we can come to a decision via the list itself. Or, other
> ideas? (Remember, I'm winging it here --- your advice is needed,
> not just on topics but how we run this continuing education and
> networking effort)
> Thanks for your help and suggestions!
> Kris Layon
> U of M Web Standards & Accessibility Workgroup
> Kristofer D. Layon
> Director of Web Design & Online Collaboration
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