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A presentation given Wednesday, June 16, by David Ackerman, Lucy Appert, Bob Squillace, and Zach Thomas.

A presentation given Wednesday, June 16, by David Ackerman, Lucy Appert, Bob Squillace, and Zach Thomas.

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    • Overview of NYU’s Academic-Led Sakai 3 Development Process David Ackerman, Lucy Appert, Bob Squillace, Zach Thomas New York University June 16, 2010
    • SAWG: Our Origins and Processes
      • In the beginning . . .
      11th Sakai Conference - June 15-17, 2010
    • Sakai/ALEX Working Group Members
      • Liberal Studies Program
      • Gallatin School of Individualized Study
      • College of Nursing
      • Faculty of Arts and Sciences
      • NYU-Abu Dhabi
      • NYU ITS
      • NYU Libraries
      • Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
      • NYU Medical School
      • Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
      11th Sakai Conference - June 15-17, 2010
    • NYU: We Call it “Silo (yo)U” 11th Sakai Conference - June 15-17, 2010
    • And Then We Became the GNU . . . NYU: Global Network University Multiple Global Sites Multiple Programs One Network
    • Common Needs
      • Network that transcends silos
      • Portfolio from Admission to Alumnus
      • Technology Mentoring for Students & Pedagogically Sound Environment
      • Integration of services
    • SAWG Guiding Principles GUIDE  Shape and guide academic community members in a non- authoritative style COMMUNITY  Enable NYU's academic sub-communities to easily connect and collaborate unrestricted by technical or geographic boundaries ACCESS  Provide ubiquitous access to personal and shared content (e.g., media, data sets, library collections, etc.) AUTONOMY  Provide NYU community members responsible personal autonomy to creatively create, manage and share content EAI  Develop IT system following enterprise application integration principles, and the University's policies and best practices UXP  Adhere to software development usability and client service best practices to encourage and support community adoption ISYNTH  Support the personal synthesis of the complex and enormous quantities of content/data/media created or used by an individual
    • Many Voices, One Development Path SAWG Sakai 3 Interest Group SIG School, Department, Program Faculty & Student Focus Groups Discussion, Evangelism Coffee, Pizza Final Decisions, Financial Support
    • Subcommittees
      • Work done by SAWG reps from academic units, minimizing the loss in translation
      • Ad hoc, formed after outlines of the project/focus area have been defined by the SAWG as a whole
    • SAWG Governance Model
    • NYU’s Sakai 3 Development
      • Getting Down to Business . . .
      11th Sakai Conference - June 15-17, 2010
    • Sakai 3 Pilot to Production Service
      • Onward . . .
      11th Sakai Conference - June 15-17, 2010
    • User Access to Multiple Repositories
    • “ External” Groups Management
    • Sociable
    • An Academic Cloud
    • The Most Important Element . . .
      • $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
      • Funding
      • $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
    • Roadmap
      • July 15
        • Tagged release with Cambridge of basic networking and project sites
      • Fall 2010
        • Basic Networking Site Templates and Permissions
        • Video Streaming Service Integration
        • SSO
        • Data Redundancy
        • Portfolio Enhancements
      • Strategic Activities
        • Grouper pilot
        • Sociable tagging tool selection and UX