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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.

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. Thinner: Let the Portal Fit the Need (Director’s Cut)
  • 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. “Thinner”
  • 4. The “MICA Web” is not simply the college’s “Web site,” but the full range of digital communications vehicles
  • 5. Establish trust by supporting peoples tasks and information needs
  • 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. 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. 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. Success? Announcements/blog Faculty grades online Information supporting transactions Online enrollment myMICA for life
  • 10. Refining myMICA
  • 11. Questions?