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Thinner:
Let the Portal Fit the Need
(Director’s Cut)
myMICA



2001: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal 8.1
2002: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal 8.4
2004: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal...
“Thinner”
The “MICA Web” is not simply the college’s
  “Web site,” but the full range of digital
        communications vehicles
Establish trust by supporting peoples tasks and
                information needs
Develop guidelines and design patterns to
      support distributed publishing



How to permanently identify business
 pr...
Publish with genres in mind


How to define segmentation and overlap?
    . . . young learner, precollege student,
prospec...
Create spaces and functions for members of
   the MICA community to connect online


 How to connect owners to audiences ?...
Success?

Announcements/blog


Faculty grades online



Information supporting transactions



Online enrollment


myMICA ...
Refining myMICA
Questions?
Thinner: Let the Portal Fit the Need (The Directors Cut)
Thinner: Let the Portal Fit the Need (The Directors Cut)
Thinner: Let the Portal Fit the Need (The Directors Cut)
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Miltenberger, S., & Simpson, E. (2008, June) Thinner: Let the Portal Fit the Need (The Directors Cut). Paper presented at the Portal 2008 Conference, Gettysburg, PA.

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  1. 1. Thinner: Let the Portal Fit the Need (Director’s Cut)
  2. 2. myMICA 2001: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal 8.1 2002: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal 8.4 2004: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal 8.4+ 2007: PeopleSoft Enterprise Portal 9
  3. 3. “Thinner”
  4. 4. The “MICA Web” is not simply the college’s “Web site,” but the full range of digital communications vehicles
  5. 5. Establish trust by supporting peoples tasks and information needs
  6. 6. Develop guidelines and design patterns to support distributed publishing How to permanently identify business process and information owners? This is the Gordian knot – anyone with a sword see me after this presentation.
  7. 7. Publish with genres in mind How to define segmentation and overlap? . . . young learner, precollege student, prospect, applicant, student, resident, alumni, employee, parent, lifelong learner, volunteer, donor, trustee . . .
  8. 8. Create spaces and functions for members of the MICA community to connect online How to connect owners to audiences ? Once they are connected, how do you get them to communicate with one another? (Hint: don’t ask IT to send them an email.)
  9. 9. Success? Announcements/blog Faculty grades online Information supporting transactions Online enrollment myMICA for life
  10. 10. Refining myMICA
  11. 11. Questions?
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