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Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center
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Introducing a Virtual Collaboration Center

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Introductory section of the 2007-2008 T/TAC immersion team's final presentation for the IDD immersion track at George Mason University

Introductory section of the 2007-2008 T/TAC immersion team's final presentation for the IDD immersion track at George Mason University

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  • 1. FINAL PRESENTATION IMMERSION 2007/2008 Afua Gyasi Kim Amin Kim Monti Matthew Mariani Rahel Woldehanna
  • 2. Outline Introduction The Virtual Collaboration Centre (VCC) Adobe Connect Training Collaboratory Building the VCC Design Decision Prototype Recommendations References Acknowledgements
  • 3. Performance Analysis: Key Findings From face-to-face training to online delivery. More interactive online training desired. Staff is dispersed over a large area. T/TAC staff belong to priority project teams. Teams need to collaborate across distances.
  • 4. Needs Analysis Results Real-time collaboration on work products from a distance (Web conferencing). Shared file storage areas with document versioning for project teams. Integrated scheduling of video and Web conferencing. Support for collaborative development of more interactive online training content.
  • 5. Design Approach Experiential strategy – Design team use of collaborative tools – Starting October 2007 Usage-Centered Design – Constantine & Lockwood – Starting January 2008
  • 6. Experience as Strategy
  • 7. Experience as Strategy
  • 8. Usage-Centered Design The usage-centered design process is a software engineering process that models: The roles people play in their interactions with a system, The tasks they perform through a system, & The content of a system’s interface.
  • 9. Usage-Centered Design
  • 10. Specializations Design of VCC front-end interface Adobe Connect Web Conferencing Training development support
  • 11. Convergence
  • 12. Convergence: Outcome

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