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Final presentation for capstone course for the Information Science and Information Studies program at Duke University, Spring 2006.

Final presentation for capstone course for the Information Science and Information Studies program at Duke University, Spring 2006.

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  • eFlyer Duke’s Electronic Flyer Project
  • Agenda 1. eFlyer Description 2. Demonstration 3. What’s Next? 4. Sustainability
  • What is eFlyer?
    • Created to address student need
    • Paper flyers, posted on database
    • Flyers can be viewed from website, screens in BC
    • Uploaded online instantly
    • Subject to editor review
    • Expandable, upgradeable, sustainable
  • Demonstration Submit flyer eFlyer Editor User Interface Monitors eFlyer
  • Technology Recap
    • Considerations
      • User modification of owned eflyers
      • User email notifications
    • RSS feeds
      • Categories
      • Calendar
    eFlyer Database (mySQL, PHP) Data Processing (mySQL, PHP) User Interface (CSS, HTML) Editorial Approval (JavaScript, PHP) Error Checking (JavaScript, PHP)
  • RSS Possibilities
    • RSS represents the future of this project
    • One single feed:
      • Any monitor on campus
      • Any website on earth
      • Any screensaver on campus
      • Cell phones? PDAs? Facebook? IMs?
    • RSS feed represents limitless, costless adoption of eFlyer
  • Before Graduation
    • eFlyer archive
    • Interaction with Duke Calendar
    • Monitor/computer installation
    • RSS feed to Duke Pass
    • Prepare for September student kickoff
    • Strengthen database security
  • Sustainability
    • Future Owners
    • Contingency Framework
    • Summer Test-Run and Troubleshooting
    • Measuring Success
    • September Kickoff for Students
      • Activities Fair
      • Athletics Department, Duke Union
  • What About…?
    • What about security?
    • Will there be submission templates?
    • What about LCD burnout?
    • What about other formats?
    • What if the monitor is too small?