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EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Strategies for Successful ERP Implementation
In this 46-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Robert Pack in a session entitled Strategies for Ensuring a Successful ERP System Implementation. Pack shares proven strategies used by the University of Pittsburgh during a recent ERP implementation.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Advancing Discovery Through TeraGrid
In this 38-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Scott Lathrop in a session entitled Advancing Scientific Discovery through TeraGrid. Lathrop shares the impact that TeraGrid is having on scientific discovery and how others can get involved to enhance their own research and education.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: The Unified Digital Campus
In this 48-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Gary Ham and Janice Forsstrom in a session entitled The Unified Digital Campus: Bridging Access and Fostering Success. They will share how North Shore Community College achieved balance between maximizing access, operational efficiency, and cost savings.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Development of Temple's TECH Center
In this 46-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Gerald Hinkle, Timothy O'Rourke, and Sheri Stahler in a session entitled From Labs to Collaborative Spaces: Development of Temple University's TECH Center. They discuss the TECH Center, a 24-hour center featuring 640-plus student workstations, multimedia breakout rooms, specialized labs, extensive wireless lounge space, a help desk, faculty resources, and a cybercafé.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: The Future of Core Administrative Systems
In this 42-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Colin Currie in a session entitled Looking Toward the Future of Core Administrative Systems. Currie looks at vended core administrative systems and open source options to anticipate what's coming in the future,and make a case for cross-institution collaboration to establish our own administrative systems future.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Best Practices for Incorporating Quality Assurance
In this 35-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Marina Areniev, Carmen Roode, and Katya Sadvosky in a session entitled Best Practices for Incorporating Quality Assurance into Your Software Development Life Cycle. They share emerging practices that incorporate quality and security assurance into your software development life cycle or software acquisition.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Supporting Creativity
In this 51-minute recording, we'll hear from Jonathan Maybaum in a session entitled Supporting Creativity . . . and Living to Tell About It. Maybaum shares how the standard for support of interactive Web sites with unique functionality was raised substantially at the University of Michigan through development of UM.SiteMaker.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Challenges and Solutions from LAMS
In this 54-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from James Dalziel in a session entitled Integrating Innovative E-Learning Systems: Challenges and Solutions from LAMS. Dalziel discusses challenges and solutions to integrating e-learning systems based on experiences from the Learning Activity Management System (LAMS). You can download a copy of the presenter's slides here to accompany the audio.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: ITIL in the Real World
In this 49-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from Ben Maddox in a session entitled ITIL in the Real World: NYU Leverages ITIL Best Practices to Enhance IT Organizational Processes. Maddox shares how the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) offers a broad-reaching and sophisticated framework for best practices for technology organizations.
EDUCAUSE2006 Podcast: Using CMS as Early Warning System
In this 41-minute recording from the 2006 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, we'll hear from John Campbell, Lukas Leftwich, and Stephen Wanger in a session entitled Student Persistence: Using the CMS as an Early Warning and Intervention System. They share an analysis of data collected from the institution's course management system and explain how it was used to construct highly accurate models for predicting student success in CMS courses.