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The e-Framework in 15 Minutes
 

The e-Framework in 15 Minutes

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    • The e-Framework in 15 minutes “ Projects are expected to engage with, and contribute to, the e-Framework” - JISC
    • Don’t Panic!!
      • Contributing to the e-Framework should not be a huge amount of extra effort.
      • Help and support is available (at no extra cost)
      • Do what is appropriate for your project
      • Don’t leave it until the last minute!
    • What’s in the e-Framework?
      • Service Oriented Knowledge Base:
        • It’s documentation to help others
        • Describes services (based on open standards) and how to use them
        • Describes use of multiple services together
        • Describes best practices in use of services
      • International Community:
        • UK, Australia, The Netherlands, New Zealand
    • Where does my project fit?
      • Technical Development Projects:
        • Document (Web or ‘other’) Service Interfaces
        • Document service oriented designs
      • Other Projects:
        • Scenarios, use cases, process models, practice models – augmenting existing work
        • Experiences of using services
        • Good practice guidelines
    • How to make contributions
      • Basically, get in touch with the editors.
        • There is a ‘community wiki’ where work can be shared early with the international partners.
        • When you are happy with the contribution, email the editors and we’ll go through the rest of the process with you.
        • Templates are used for technical contributions
        • There is a moderation stage for some technical contributions – checking template use, overlap with existing components etc.
    • Some advice
      • Re-use your documentation
        • Technical templates == project technical documentation
      • Use summaries
        • Link back to project websites
      • Don’t wait until the end
        • Easier to record changes; no millstone effect
      • Ask for help
    • Where to find help…
      • E-Framework Websites
        • Website: http://www.e-framework.org
        • Wiki: https://e-framework.usq.edu.au/users
      • Email Contacts
        • Tech Ed: [email_address]
        • Alex Hawker: [email_address]
      • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/programme_eframework/engagement.aspx
    • Thanks for listening!
      • Questions?
      • Good Luck on your project!
      • I look forward to your contribution!
      (… and Don’t Panic!)
    • Where to find help…
      • E-Framework Websites
        • Website: http://www.e-framework.org
        • Wiki: https://e-framework.usq.edu.au/users
      • Email Contacts
        • Tech Ed: [email_address]
        • Alex Hawker: [email_address]
      • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/programme_eframework/engagement.aspx