Luminis/myESU Community Group Testing/SetupWeekly Plan - September 21st 1. Decide on two groups to demo/test a. PTL = Provost Leadership Counsel b. Student Group = need to figure out which one i. Greek Group ii. Student Specific Group 2. Decide what functionalities are needed for each Community setup a. Blogs b. Document Drops c. Agenda Postings d. Social Networks e. Calendar f. Discussions Boards g. Email ??? h. Photos/Videos i. Wiki 3. Research a. Other Communities b. Blog Structure (become a member) c. Student Group to Use d. Home Page Setup/Layout 4. Develop Strategic Plan a. Objectives b. Goals c. Milestones d. Timeline e. Outcomes
Luminis/myESU Community Group Testing/SetupWeekly Plan - Oct. 5th 1. Decide on two groups to demo/test a. PTL = Provost Leadership Counsel Meet with Geryl (Millie) Schedule meeting with Lucy (Tami) b. Student Group = need to figure out which one i. Greek Group ii. Student Specific Group 2. Decide what functionalities are needed for each Community setup a. Blogs b. Document Drops c. Agenda Postings d. Social Networks e. Calendar f. Discussions Boards g. Email ??? h. Photos/Videos i. Wiki 3. Research a. Other Communities b. Blog Structure (become a member) c. Student Group to Use d. Home Page Setup/Layout th a. Objectives b. Goals c. Milestones d. Timeline e. OutcomesGreen CompleteYellow DecisionsSalmon To DoPink On Hold 21-Sep-11Baruch Social MediaBlogs@Baruch was launched in September 2008 on WordPress MU and has become central to multiple projects at Bhttp://www.bethknittle.net/WP_Blog/http://weblogg-ed.com/http://schoolof.info/infomancy/http://www.techsavvyed.net/
http://www.techlearning.com/blogsThis article shared its’ insight on the beneficial factors of writing information on paper oppose to typing it on the computer.http://www.techlearning.com/blogsI entered a comment on the following blog.*http://blsciblogs.baruch.cuny.edu/teachingblog/2009/12/02/more-on-mobile-devices-in-the-classroom/comment-page-1/#c 29-Sep-11Groups to Demo • Provost Leadership Counsel- Administrative Geryl Kinsel Associate Director/Record & Registration Enrollment Services 570-422-2811 firstname.lastname@example.org • Latin American AssociationThe Latin American Association is a student-based organization designed to expand knowledge and understanding o Fernando Perez Associate Professor/Director Student Support Services 570-422-3433 email@example.comA drop box is a good idea because you can have all of your files available everywhere you go. This allows you to share your fileFunctionalitiesProvost Leadership Counsel • Document Drops • Social Networks • Calendar • Photos/VideosLatin American Association • Calendar • Photos/Videos • Discussion Board • Social Networks
Navigation is one of the most important design aspectsof any web site. In order for the website to be successful the usermust be able to easily navigate the pages.Web site Layout: I. Determine the homepage’s objective II. List every element that directly contributes to the objective III. List Every Element that doesn’t directly contribute to the objective. IV. Arrange the critical elements 1. Natural Reading patterns:Unless you’re in quite a foreign country, people read from left to right and top to bottom. More specifically, they sc 2. TypographyTypography is not choosing a font. Typography is presenting written information in the most readable, useful way. W 3. ColorsThe use of color can dramatically change the priority of elements. On a black-and-white page, a large headline will s 4. ImagesLike colors, images are very attracting. The best picture of the series should be positioned high on the page. Supple 5. Negative spaceThe elements on it are courses. Too much space between them and your reader’s will get distracted. But too close t V. Arrange the non-critical elements VI. Now you can start adding in the additional elements you know need to be included. Bog Structure 1. RSS/E-mail SubscribeGive users the option of subscribing to your blog by RSS or E-mail. Make obvious in the sidebar, header, each individ 2. Make your blog stand out by creating a custom designed header.Thing to Include: • Logo • Navigation (Categories) • RSS/Twitter Stats • Subscribe Options • Search functionality • Social Profile Icons • Banner Space (optional) 3. Clear Navigation If the main navigation is unclear, the reader will not be able to find other topics that they might be interest in. U 4. Comments
Make it easy for users to provide their own comments on a post. Give the user multiple ways to comment as a g 5. Social sharing IconsUsing social media icons through the homepage, individual posts, and RSs feed, allows readers to easily share c 6. Standard Graphic SizesKeep your images consistent and make your post more engaging. For images that have a white background, try 7. Sponsored SidebarBlogs normally have 4-8 ad spaces in the sidebar, because it’s important real estate. 8. Custom FooterAlthough, your footer is at the bottom of your blog, it is still important to keep users engaged in your content.Other things to include: • Recent Post • Popular Posts • Category Links • Links to Offers, Promos, Premium content • Banner Ads • RSS and Share Icons • Contact Info • Write to Us link
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Week of October 12-19 I. GoalThe Provost Leadership Team from East Stroudsburg University will collaborate and share valuable content.ObjectivesThe Provost Leadership Team from ESU will quickly and efficiently, start sharing their agendas, monthly calendar, m 1. The website will provide content that will allow communicate to interact anywhere there is an interne II. Goal Provost Leadership Team will use new technology systems.Objectives/Action Steps: 1. Provost Leadership Team will implement applications effectively and productively. • Create shared folders to easily access and store electronic documents. • Administrators and staff will store files in digital format allowing for easy access to district policies, meOutcomes 1. Create a functional Website for members in the committee. 2. Create the followings functionalities in luminous: • Calendar • Blog • Agenda • Post Minutes • Document Drops 3. Involve members of the Provost Leadership Team to innovative ways of communication. 4. Communicate to the East Stroudsburg community of the involvement, responsibilities and mission of
re valuable content.gendas, monthly calendar, minutes and other documents on luminous. anywhere there is an internet connection.access to district policies, meeting notes, customers email addresses, and other bank district communications.ommunication.sponsibilities and mission of the Provost Leadership Team.
Task Task Timeline Meet with Geryl/Report Findings Goals/Objectives Web Layout, OutcomesOctober 5-12 October 12-19 Develop Mile Stones Event 5 Develop OutcomesNovember 2-9 November 9-16 Present Presention of Pilot. Event 5November 30-December 7
TaskFindings Revised Goal/Objectives Schedule Meeting with Lucy October 19-26Event 5 Prepare Presnetation November 16-23 Event 5
Task Decide on what components to add to Luminous for Web DesignOctober 26-November 2 Revised Presentation November 23-30 Event 5
Dr. Van Reidhead is the Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and serves as the Universitys Chief Academic OThe Provost oversees academic policies and activities throughout the University and is responsible for planning, cooReporting directly to the Provost are Deans from the following Colleges: College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Management College of Education College of Health Sciences Graduate College Kemp LibraryThe following are members of the committee: Ø Mike Southwell, Asst. VP Instruct. Support/Outreach- Ext.2871 Ø Marilyn Wells, Vice Provost and Graduate Dean-Ext.3539 Ø Edward Owusu-Ansah, Dean Library and University Collections, Ext. 3223 Ø Geryl Kinsel, Associate Director/Record & Registration, Ext. 2821Additionally, the Provost provides supervision and is responsible for the Vice Provost, Associate Provost for the OffiThe Office of the Provost provides leadership in fulfilling the Universitys strategic directions - academic excellence,Provost Counsel Responsibilities: • Leadership • Discussions • Improvement • Faculty • Budget • Student Employment • Chair DevelopmentThere’s discussion that the members of the committee will be provided with Note Pads.
Universitys Chief Academic Officer.esponsible for planning, coordination, and assessment of the Universitys academic enterprise.ssociate Provost for the Office of Academic & Institutional Effectiveness, and the Assistant Vice President for Continuing Educations - academic excellence, student learning, service, diversity, expanded resources, and a positive campus climate.
esident for Continuing Education, Summer Sessions, and Instructional Support and Outreach.e campus climate.
Date Project Topic 9/21/2011 Project Outview/Plan 9/21/2011 Research on Internet 9/29/2011 Websites/Blogs 10/2/2011 Goals/Objectives 10/2/2011 Meet with Prof. Perez 10/3/2011 Met with Tami 10/3/2011 Timeline 10/7/2011 Created Timeline10/10/2011 Researched Layout10/11/2011 Met with Geryl10/15/2011 Outline.10/15/2011 Revised Goals/Objectives10/15/2011 Outcomes
10/16/2011 Web Layout10/26/2011 Met with Tami10/29/2011 Blog Etiquette10/30/2011 Images for Tutorial10/31/2011 Table of Contents10/31/2011 Update Excel Log 11/5/2011 Message Board Eiquette 11/6/2011 Goals/Objectives11/11/2011 Prepared PPT11/12/2011 Power Point Presentation Captivate11/13/2011 Slideshare11/19/2011 Review of MyESU Portal11/20/2011 Review of MyESU Portal11/21/2011 Review of MyESU Portal11/22/2011 Review of MyESU Portal11/22/2011 Review of MyESU Portal11/22/2011 Revised Hours Log11/30/2011 Met w/Reps 1 and Reps2 12/1/2011 Meeting with Tami Meeting w/ Beth & Tami 12/1/2011 Revised myESU Portal Doc. 12/2/2011 Meeting w/ Beth & Tami Revised Document Assessment Assessment for Behavior Experiences Goals For Future Final Paper Meeting w/Beth
Initials Full Description Of Task Time (hours) MCSee Internship Overall Plan 2.00Researched approximately 6 Blogs. Wrote a briefdescription of Baruchs College Blog. Unfortunatly Iwasnt able to join, because I had to be an active student.Listed the links to the blogs I researched. I was able tocomment on one blog without having to register. 3.00Researched Blogs and Web site designs. Created adocument listing the elements of a blog and engagingweb site. Decided on two groups to demo/test. Decidedwhat functionalities are needed for each of thecommunities, I selected. 5.00Worked on Goals and Objectives with the information Igathered. 2.5Discussed the contact people for the organization I hadselected. 1.5Discussed both groups and decided on concentrating onone group. We decided on the Provost Leadership Team.Discussed how to tackel the other tasks needed tocomplete project. 1.5Researched a variety of timelines. I wanted to chooseone that was approprite for the project on hand. Ireviewed a few and played around with them. 2.5I had never used a timeline for the purpose of a projectbefore. I learned many features you can use whencreating a timeline 3Gathered varies styles of web pages. 3Discussed the duties and responsiblities of the ProvostLeadership team. Gathered the names of all members onthe team. 1Created Outline with information about the ProvostLeadership Team. Researched other ascepts of theCommittee. 2.5Made the apprepriate revisions to goals and objectives totailor the changes made for project to focus on onegroup. 2Created Outline of Outcomes 1.5
Created Web Layout 3Test Community 2Research blog eitquette. Created a documents withuseful blog etiquette that we can use for PLT Blog. 3Used Zipping tools to gather images for tutorial. 2.5Researched different table of contents and options.Decided on creating one manually. 3.5Update work books on excel document. Entered hoursand assignments. 1.00Researched 3Worked on Goals and Objectives with the information Igathered. 3.00Use Jing and captured images 2.5Created a PPT for Captivate. The following presentationwill be used as an interactive tutorial. 6Rough Draft of Captivate Presentation 3Uploaded PPT on Slideshare and added a hyper-link 1.5Reviewed and compiled information 5Reviewed and compiled information 5Reviewed and compiled information 4Gathered information from Co-Workers 2.00Reviewed and compiled information 2Add Worksheet 0.5Asked what problems students are having on banner. 1.50Implemented Recommendation 4.00Discussed experiences/development 1.00Documented Revisions made on Luminis 2Disscussed Progress 1myESU Recommendations 4Gathering Resources/Beginning 3Gathering Resources/Beginning 2.5Gathering information on work etiquette and developingpositive work etiquette behavior. 3Gathering Data together & write report. 4Incorporating information gathered in a Document. 3.00Discussed Paper 1.00
Organizing all files related to Internship 6.50 120.00
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Table of ContentsI. PLT Sign In 1. How to log on to PLT?II. Calendar 1. How to manage and manipulate the CalendarIII. Discussion Board 1. How to use the Discussion Board?IV. Reports 1. How to download and Upload Reports?V. PLT Message Board 1. How to read messages? 2. How to post messages?VI. PLT Document Drop Box 1. How to download documents? 2. How to upload documents?VII. Photos/Album 1. How to download photos? 2. How to upload photos? 3. How to create an album? 4. How to view photo albums? Blog Etiquette 1. Unless you have permission, it’s never OK to post someone else’s words on your own blog. You’re certainly wel 2. When you comment on someone else’s blog, there’s usually a line under the name and email for a link to your 3. It’s ok to disagree with bloggers or those who drop comments, but do be respectful. Calling names, using vulga 4. Respond to commenter’s. Your readers took the time to offer their thoughts, keep them coming back by recipr 5. Don’t forget, everything you write is on display for the world to see. If you don’t want to the world knowing something, dPeople become very courageous behind their computer screens. Really, it doesn’t take a whole lot to be considerat 1. Do not confuse your opinion with the truth. There is a strong temptation, particularly when discussin 2. Do not invoke personal attacks. One of the magical powers blogs and wikis seem to possess is the cap 3. Thou shall stick to the subject at hand. Blogs in particular can get tangential in a hurry. To some, that 4. Thou shall cite thy references. As we all know, people can come up with statistics to prove anything; f 5. Thou shall punctuate and capitalize. Were not saying you should write every post with one eye on Th 6. If you have to invent a separate identity in order to create the illusion of agreement, then perhaps yo 7. Resize images. Remember, not everybody has screamingly fast broadband connections like you, and n
1. Write original articles. Do not plagiarize/steal/copy someone else’s content orideas. Putting a new spin on a subject is one thing, but downright copying someoneelse’s ideas is not right. If you can’t think of something to write about, don’t publishuntil you do.2. Give credit where credit is due. If what another blogger wrote inspires a post,make mention of the post, and create a link back to your inspiration.3. Check and recheck your grammar and spelling. Although some typos may slipthrough, try your hardest to provide a post with proper grammar and spelling. Yourblog is a reflection on you and your credibility. If need be, have someone proofreadfor you.4. If you allow comments, let your commenter’s know you have read what theywrote. A short thank you is sufficient; however, comment sections often end upbeing the “meat” of the post. If you’re not going to have time to answer comments,you may think of closing the comment section (turn comments “off”).5. If you prefer commenter’s do not get “off subject” (writing about an issueunrelated to the post), create a “comment rules’ page to inform your readersabout your desires. Either post a sentence above your comment section, or providea link to your comment rules. Comments often go off subject, so be prepared.6. If you leave a comment on another blog, try to add value to the post/topic.Saying “great post” is not value. If you can’t find something valuable to say, don’tcomment. Often two and three word comments will be considered as spam, andsubsequently deleted by the author. Try to avoid “off topic” comments unless youknow the blog author allows them. As a footnote, on this blog, I allow off topiccomments and questions.7. If you comment on other blogs, do not alienate the author with derogatorycomments. Your comment is a reflection of you. Negative comments can decreaseyour chances of receiving visitors from other sites.8. If a reader/visitor contacts you via email or through your contact page,answer the email as soon as possible.9. Do not “spam” another blogger or blog. Overusing the name of anotherblogger in comments and/or posts is often considered “content” or “commentspam”.10. Prior to publishing your post, check your links. Consistently providing dead or404 links is frustrating to your readers, and can lead to a loss of credibility.11. When commenting, unless a link is relevant to the post, do not insert one.This is also considered “spam”, and most bloggers will avoid clicking on them.12. If someone visits your blog, and leaves a comment, make time to visit theirblog as well. It’s common courtesy. If you cannot identify with their most currentpost, dig through their archives and find one you can leave a short comment on.13. If someone leaves a negative comment on your blog, do not feel obligated toleave it in your comment section. A negative comment can change the dynamics ofthe other valuable comments. Delete it or mark it as spam. It’s your blog.14. Do not comment on another blog without reading the title and the completepost. A poorly written, off subject comment leaves others wondering “what arethey on?”, again, reducing your credibility.
15. Blogging is a hobby that connects us with others from all over the world. Becourteous, be kind and most of all, have fun.
wn blog. You’re certainly welcome to provide a quote with attribution but to reprint the entire post is not good blog etiquettee and email for a link to your blog or website and that should suffice. There’s no reason to link your blog again in the commentul. Calling names, using vulgarity and telling me to get back in the kitchen to make a sandwich only show off your ignorance. Ifp them coming back by reciprocating.the world knowing something, don’t post it. Many employers now Google potential employees. If you’re showing off your lingerie or rantie a whole lot to be considerate. A good rule of thumb is to treat other people’s blogs like you would treat your own. Be nice, ben, particularly when discussing contentious issues, to claim unimpeachable authority on the subject at hand. Yes, everybody is e kis seem to possess is the capability of turning otherwise sensible people into bickering schoolchildren. Unless the discussion sntial in a hurry. To some, thats part of the charm -- you start with an idea and end up somewhere completely different. Thats statistics to prove anything; forty percent of all people know that. So, set yourself apart from the herd by showing where youevery post with one eye on The Chicago Manual of Style, but writing several paragraphs as one gigantic, all-lowercase, run-on s f agreement, then perhaps your point isnt as good as you think it is. Although its tempting to play games with the pseudo-anond connections like you, and not everybody has the patience to wait for that huge picture of your pet to download. Plus, margi
st is not good blog etiquette at all. In fact, it can get your blog shut down and your hosting taken away.r blog again in the comments. We know where to find you if we need you. If you have a link you feel is relevant to the topic, co show off your ignorance. If you can’t offer a decent rebuttal, keep your thoughts to yourself.owing off your lingerie or ranting about your previous boss, these won’t bode well in your favor.d treat your own. Be nice, be respectful and be considerate. t at hand. Yes, everybody is entitled to express personal opinions, but by treating your blog or wiki like a panel rather than a pudren. Unless the discussion subject is "Say something insulting about somebody who holds a different opinion than you," leavecompletely different. Thats all well and fine, but let tangents arise organically within the context of the discussion. If youve goherd by showing where you get your facts. Youll look knowledgeable, honest, and trustworthy -- whats not to like about that?antic, all-lowercase, run-on sentence is a definite no-no. As is writing in ALL CAPS, WHICH IS LIKE SHOUTING! Punctuation is you games with the pseudo-anonymity the Internet provides, its far better to stick with one identity.pet to download. Plus, margin-breaking pictures are just plain annoying.
el is relevant to the topic, contact the blogger, she will probably bring it to the attention of her readers. Please don’t spam. like a panel rather than a pulpit, the dialogue will more likely be divine. ent opinion than you," leave the personal invective out. Rule of thumb: Argue with the post, not the poster. f the discussion. If youve got something wildly off topic to say, start a new thread or keep it to yourself until it becomes relevawhats not to like about that?HOUTING! Punctuation is your friend, so use it.
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Message Board etiquette 1. Be kind and honest Dont issue personal attacks, use profanity, or post threatening, abusive, harassing, or otherwise offensive 2. Do not post chain letters or advertisements Chain letters are never appreciated in the online community, and theyre a violation of your membership agreeme 1. Suggested Guidelines In addition to your TOS commitments, there are some suggested guidelines for polite and responsible interact 2. Read the message board for a while before participating It’s best to browse a board for a while -- just reading -- before you post your first message. Read a cou 3. Communicate clearly Write clearly when you compose a message. Review your message carefully before clicking 4. Refrain from using ALL CAPS Typing in all capital letters is frowned upon; its the equivalent of screaming at everyone. It also make 5. Dont post meaningless messages Posting messages that say nothing more than "Me too" is a quick way to irritate other members. If yo 6. Consider sending a reply by e-mail Some replies are better sent as e-mail, rather than posted to a board. Personal messages and especia 7. Refrain from cross posting Cross posting means posting a single message to several different message boards, and it is almost ne 8. Quote from the post youre replying to Include a small section of text from the post youre replying to, so others will have a quick reminder o 9. Be careful when posting personal information Be careful about including private information about yourself, such as phone numbers and street add 10. Follow the forum guidelines Check the message board area for specific Forum Guidelines, such as rules concerning which topics sh
ssing, or otherwise offensive language or images. You also may not impersonate another individual or communicate under a n of your membership agreement with AOL. Advertisements are just about as unwelcome, though there are a few boards just for this purppolite and responsible interaction on message boards:our first message. Read a couple weeks’ worth of messages the first time you visit a board, and then read new messages for anully before clicking Send; typos are confusing. Remember, if your message can be misunderstood, it will be. ng at everyone. It also makes your message more difficult to read. rritate other members. If you agree with a posting, either enjoy your consent by yourself or reply with an informative commenrsonal messages and especially critical comments are more appropriate when sent directly and privately. Theres ange boards, and it is almost never appropriate. Such posts tend to reduce the quality of the discussion and needlessly increase th will have a quick reminder of the topic.one numbers and street addresses. Private information of that nature may be better sent by e-mail.es concerning which topics should be posted in which folders, and answers to Frequently Asked Questions. These guidelines are
al or communicate under a name that you are not entitled to use. a few boards just for this purpose at Keyword: Classifieds, under the "Using AOL Classifieds" button.n read new messages for another couple of days. Youll see what topics are hot and which are cold, youll get to know some ofwith an informative comment about why you agree. Imagine how dull a board would get if it contained nothing but hundreds ovately. Theres an E-mail to Author option on every Post Response form; dont forget this option.on and needlessly increase the traffic on the board. Find the best place for your post, and please confine your message to one bestions. These guidelines are often labeled READ THIS FIRST or GUIDELINES.
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